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JOURNAL of the PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

City Council 

OF THE 

CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



Regular Meeting— Monday, December 7, 1959 

at 10:00 A.M. 

(Council Chamber— City EaTlr-Chicaga; Illinois) 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 



Attendance at Meeting. 

p^esewi— Honorable Richard J. Daley, Mayor, and 
Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Despres, Miller, 
Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowakowski, Zelezm- 
ski Egan J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, Slight, Mur- 
ray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, Tourek, 
Lewis, MarWllo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, T. h. 
Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, Laskow- 
ski Massey, Corcoran, CuUerton, Shapiro, Simon, 
Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoellen, Hirsh, 
Wigoda, Sperling. 

^^,se„f_Aldermen D'Arco, Weber. 



Call to Order. 

On Monday, December 7, 1959, at 10:00 A.M. (the 
day and hour appointed for the meeting) Honorable 
Richard J. Daley, Mayor, called the City Counci to 
order. John C. Marcin, City Clerk, called the roll of 
members and it was found that there were present 
at that time: Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Despres, 
Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowakowski, 
Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, Slight, 



Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, Tou- 
rek, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, T. F. Burke, 
Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, Massey Cor- 
coran, Cullerton, Shapiro, Simon, Bell, Bauler, Hirsh, 
Wigoda, Sperling — 41. 
Quorum present. 



Invocation. 

Rev W E Siermers, of Salem Evangelical and Re- 
formed Church, opened the meeting with prayer. 



JOURNAL (November 27, 1959). 

John C. Marcin, City Clerk, submitted the printed 
official Journal of the Proceedings of the regular meet- 
ing held on Friday, November 27, 1959, at 10:00 A.M., 
signed by him as such City Clerk. 

Alderman Campbell moved to approve said printed 
official Journal and to dispense with the reading there- 
of. The motion prevailed. 



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December 7, 1959 



REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY OFFICERS. 



City Council Informed as to Transmission by 
Mayor of Proposed Classification and 
Compensation Plan for 
City Employes. 

Honorable Richard J. Daley, Mayor, informed the 
City Council that he had transmitted the following 
communication to the Committee on Finance, together 
with copies of a proposed Classification and Compen- 
sation Plan for City employes: 

Office of the Mayor 
City of Chicago 

December 3, 1959. 

To the Honorable Chairman and Members of the 
Finance Committee: 

Gentlemen— I transmit herewith three copies 
of the resolution providing for the Classification 
and Compensation Plan for City Employees to be 
effective January 1, I960 and thereafter. This res- 
olution has been approved as to form and contents 
by the Civil Service Commission, the City Comp- 
troller, the Corporation Counsel and the Budget- 
ary Division. 

I would appreciate your early approval of this 
resolution. 

Very truly yours, 

(Signed) Richard J. Daley, 

Mayor. 



CITY COUNCIL INFORMED AS TO MISCELLANE- 
OUS, DOCUMENTS FILED OR RECEIVED 
IN CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 

^ John C. Marcin, City Clerk, informed the City Coun- 
cil that documents had been filed or received in his 
office, relating to the respective subjects designated, 
as follows : 

Proclamations. 

Proclamations of Honorable Richard J. Daley, May- 
or, designating times for special observances, as fol- 
lows: 

Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference Day 
in Chicago: Tuesday, November 2, 1959; 

Toys for Tots Time in Chicago: December 7-De- 
cember 21, 1959; 

Agricultural Engineers Week in Chicago: Decem- 
ber 14-December 18, 1959. 



belt conveyor, steam lines and conduits); filed on 
November 23, 1959; 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Com- 
pany — acceptance and bond under an ordinance 
passed November 18, 1959 (switch track) ; filed on 
December 3, 1959. 



Duplicate Payrolls. 

Also duplicate payrolls for the period ended on 
November 15, 1959, received from Carl H. Chatters, 
City Comptroller, as follows: 

Police Department Payrolls 1180, 1180H, 1181, 1186, 

1187 and 1188; 
Fire Department Payrolls 1230, 1230H and 1235; 
Miscellaneous Payrolls. 



Reports and Documents of Commonwealth Edison Co. 

Also a communication (received on December 1, 
1959) addressed to the City Clerk under date of De- 
cember 1, 1959, signed by Fred N. Baxter, Secretary 
of the Commonwealth Edison Company, which reads 
as follows: . 

"Pursuant to the provision of the 1948 Franchise 
Ordinance granted to this Company, I am enclosing 
copies of reports of the Company, as listed below: 

Monthly report to Illinois Commerce Commis- 
sion (Form A, B, and D), for the month of Oc- 
tober, 1959. 

Monthly report to Illinois Commerce Comis- 
sion with respect to routine transactions with 
affiliates for the month of October, 1959. 

Statement, dated November 18, 1959, to Illinois 
Commerce Commission relating to Standard 
Contract Rider No. 20. 

Monthly statement to Federal Power Commis- 
sion (F.P.C. Form No. 5), of electric operat- 
ing revenues and income, for the month of 
October, 1959. 

Monthly power statement to Federal Power 
Commission (F.P.C. Form 12-E), for the 
month of October, 1959. 

Monthly power plant report to Federal Power 
Commission (F.P.C. Form No. 4), for the 
month of October, 1959." 



Acceptances and Bonds under Ordinances. 
Also acceptances and bonds under ordinances, as 
follows : 

Central Soya Company, Inc. — acceptance and 
bond under an ordinance passed on October 14, 
1959 (covered bridge or passageway, containing a 



CITY COUNCIL INFORMED AS TO PUBLICATION 
OF MISCELLANEOUS ORDINANCES IN 
PAMPHLET FORM. 

The City Clerk informed the City Council that all 
those ordinances which were passed by the City 



December 7, 1959 



COMMUNICATIONS, ETC. 



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Council on November 27, 1959 and which were re- 
quired by statute to be published in book or pamphlet 
form or in one or more newspapers, were published in 
pamphlet form on December 3, 1959 by being printed 
in full text in printed pamphlet copies of the Journal 
of the Proceedings of the City Council for the regular 
meeting held on November 27, 1959 (published by au- 
thority of the City Council in accordance with the 
provisions of Section 5-5 of the Municipal Code of 
Chicago as passed on December 22, 1947), which 
printed pamphlet copies were delivered to the City 
Clerk on December 3, 1959. 



MISCELLANEOUS COMMUNICATIONS, REPORTS 
ETC. REQUIRING COUNCIL ACTION 
(TRANSMITTED TO CITY COUNCIL 
BY CITY CLERK). 

The City Clerk transmitted communications, re- 
ports, etc., relating to the respective subjects listed 
below, which were acted upon by the City Council in 
each case in the manner noted, as follows : 

Court Decisions, 

Communications from the Corporation Counsel 
informing the City Council as to decisions of the 
United States Court of Appeals and the Appellate 
Court of Illinois in the cases noted, which were Placed 
on File, as follows : 

Times Film Corp. ("Don Juan") v. City of Chi- 
cago, et al. United States Court of Appeals, Sev- 
enth Circuit No. 12717— affirming the judgment of 
the trial court sustaining the provisions of the 
City of Chicago motion-picture-censorship ordi- 
nance ; 

Jaynes Monroe et al., Appellants, v. Frank Pape 
et al. Appellees, United States Court of Appeals 
No. 12697 — affirming the judgment in the above- 
entitled cause, which, in effect, dismissed the case 
involving alleged violations of the Federal Civil 
Rights Act; 

People of the State of Illinois ex rel. Ellsworth 
Erickson et al., Appellants v. Dolores Sheehan et 
al., Appellees. Appellate Court No. 47768— affirm- 
ing the judgment in the above-entitled cause, which 
held that the Civil Service Commission of Chicago 
properly expunged the civil service examination 
for Police Captain held on December 4, 1954, and 
that the Police Captain Register posted on Decem- 
ber 29, 1958 and the examination upon which it 
was based are valid. 



Zoning Reclassifications of Particular Areas. 

Also applications (in triplicate) of the persons 
named below, together with proposed ordinances, for 
amendment of the Chicago Zoning Ordinance as 
amended, for the purpose of reclassifying particular 
areas, which were Referred to the Committee on Build- 
ings and Zoning, as follows : 

Chicago National Bank, Trustee (Trust No. 
10913)— to classify as a B4-1 Restricted Service 
District instead of a B2-1 Restricted Retail Dis- 
trict the area shown on Map No. 19-1 bounded by 

the alley next north of and parallel to W. Touhy 



Avenue; a line 285 feet east of N. California 
Avenue; W. Touhy Avenue; and the alley next 
west of and parallel to N. California Avenue; 
Feldco, Inc.— to classify as C3-2 Commercial- 
Manufacturing District instead of a C2-2 General 
Commercial District the area shown on Map No. 
11-G bounded by 

a line 293 feet south of W. Leland Avenue; a 
line 380 feet east of N. Ashland Avenue; a line 
438 feet south of W. Leland Avenue; and a hne 
170 feet east of N. Ashland Avenue ; 
William C. Rohde — to classify as an Ml-1 Re- 
stricted Manufacturing District instead of an R3 
General Residence District the area shown on Map 
No. 5-1 bounded by 

a line 56 feet north of W. Bloomingdale Avenue; 
the alley next east of and parallel to N. Talman 
Avenue; W. Bloomingdale Avenue; and N. Tal- 
man Avenue; 

White Castle System, Inc.— to classify as a B4-2 
Restricted Service District instead of an R3 Gen- 
eral Residence District the area shown on Map No. 
10-J bounded by 

a line 390 feet south of W. 43rd Street; the alley 
next northwest of and parallel to S. Archer Ave- 
nue; and S. Sawyer Avenue. 



Claims against City of Chicago. 

Also claims against the City of Chicago, filed by 
the following: Marvin A. Allen, Jr., Fred I. Broberg, 
Stefan Ciran, Mrs. J. Connelly, Joseph Di John, Mrs. 
R J Fleischman, Sidney D. Gold, Jeffery Manor, Inc., 
Sam D. Kaplan, Jonas R. Karuza, Jerry Klauzek 
Lloyds Builders, Inc., The Peoples Gas, Light and 
Coke Company, Helga Peterson, Mrs. Celia Ries, Mary 
L. Steed, Mrs. Violet Stuckler, Morris Suson.— 22e- 
ferred to the Committee on Finance. 



Placed on FiZe- Notifications as to Selections of 
Proxies to Affix Signatures of Mayor and City 
Comptroller to Certain Bonds. 

The City Clerk transmitted the following commu- 
nications addressed to the City Council under date of 
December 7, 1959, from Honorable Richard J. Daley, 
Mayor, and Carl H. Chatters, City Comptroller, which 
were Placed on File: 

City of Chicago 
Office of the Mayor 

December 7, 1959. 

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Gentlemen — Please take notice that I have se- 
lected and do hereby designate J. J. Kelly as my 
proxy for me and in my name, place and steady to 
affix my signature as Mayor to the following City 
of Chicago 

$100,000 of Fire Department Equipment 
Bonds 

dated July 1, 1957 

due January 1, 1960 

in denomination of $1000 each, 

numbered 301 to 400 inclusive 



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December 7, 1959 



$100,000 of House of Correction Bonds 
dated July 1, 1957 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 101 to 200 inclusive 

$ 50,000 of Refuse Disposal Bonds 
dated January 1, 1954 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 2451 to 2500 inclusive 

$100,000 of Refuse Disposal Bonds 
dated July 1, 1957 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 101 to 200 inclusive 

$150,000 of Slum Clearance Bonds 
dated July 1, 1957 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 151 to 300 inclusive. 

Appended hereto is a written signature as my 
name is to appear on the said bonds, executed by 
the said J. J. Kelly, with the proxy's own signature 
underneath, as required by statute. 

Very truly yours, 

(Signed) Richard J. Daley, 

Mayor. 

[Signatures appended as stated] 



City of Chicago 
Office of the City Comptroller 

December 7, 1959. 

To the Honorable, The City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Gentlemen — Please take notice that I have se- 
lected and do hereby designate P. H. Fahnestock 
as my proxy for me and in my name, place and 
stead, to affix my signature as Comptroller to the 
following City of Chicago 

$100,000 of Fire Department Equipment 
Bonds 

dated July 1, 1957 

due January 1, 1960 

in denomination of $1000 each, 

numbered 301 to 400 inclusive 

$100,000 of House of Correction Bonds 
dated July 1, 1957 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 101 to 200 inclusive 

$ 50,000 of Refuse Disposal Bonds 
dated January 1, 1954 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 2451 to 2500 inclusive 

$100,000 of Refuse Disposal Bonds 
dated July 1, 1957 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 101 to 200 inclusive 

$150,000 of Slum Clearance Bonds 
dated July 1, 1957 
due January 1, 1960 
in denomination of $1000 each, 
numbered 151 to 30O inclusive. 

Appended hereto is a written signature as my 



name is to appear on the said bonds, executed by 
the said P. H. Fahnestock, with the proxy's own 
signature underneath, as required by statute. 

Very truly yours, 

(Signed) Carl H. Chatters, 

City Comptroller. . 

[Signatures appended as stated] 



Referred — Proposed Ordinance Recommended by 
Board of Local Improvements for Repeal 
OF Improvement Ordinance. 

The City Clerk transmitted a communicatiori ad- 
dressed to him under date of December 4, 1959, from 
Virgil A. Berg, Secretary of the Board of Local Im- 
provements, transmitting a proposed ordinance rec- 
ommended by the Board to repeal the ordinance pass- 
ed on SeDtember 16, 1959, for constructing a tile pipe 
sewer with manholes and catchbasins, and for grading 
and paving and otherwise improving the roadway of 
the alley between E. 83rd Street, E. 84th Street, S. 
Green Bay Avenue and S. Mackinaw Avenue; which 
was, together with said proposed ordinance. Referred 
to the Committee on Local Industries, Streets and 
Alleys. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances Recommended by 
Board of Local Improvements for Street 
and Alley Improvements. 

The City Clerk transmitted the following communi- 
cations addressed to him under dates of December 3 
and December 4, 1959 (signed by Virgil A. Berg, 
Secretary of the Board of Local Improvements) , which 
were, together with the proposed ordinances trans- 
mitted therewith. Referred to the Committee on Local 
Industries, Streets and Alleys: 

"Submitted herewith is one (1) improvement 
ordinance for presentation to the City Council at 
its next regular meeting, December 7, 1959. 

"As provided in the Local Improvement Act. the 
Board has held public hearing on said improve- 
ments with reference to the extent, nature, kind, 
character and estimated cost thereof and recom- 
mends passage of said ordinance submitted here- 
with: 

Ward 18— Alley between W. 84th Place, W. 85th 
Street, S. Lawndale Avenue, Wabash, 
St. Louis Pacific Railroad." 



"Submitted herewith are thirteen (13) improve- 
ment ordinances for presentation to the Citv Coun- 
cil at its next regular meeting, December 7, 1959. 

"As provided in the Local Improvement Act, the 
Board has held public hearings on said improve- 
ments with reference to the extent, nature, kind, 
character and estimated cost thereof and recom- 
mends passage of said ordinances submitted here- 
with: 

Ward 7 — Unpaved northwesterly and southeast- 
erly alley between E. 79th Street, north- 
erly right-of-way line of the B. & O. 



December 7, 1959 



REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 



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Railroad, S. Essex Avenue, S. Phillips 
Avenue ; 

Ward 10— Grading and paving E. 91st Street from 
the west line of S. Jeffery Boulevard to 
the east line of S. Cregier Avenue ; 

-Ward 12— Alley between W. 42nd Street, W. 43rd 
Street, S. Western Avenue, S. Artesian 
Avenue ; 

Ward 13— Alleys between W. 71st Street, W. 72nd 
Street, S. Richmond Street, S. Sacra- 
mento Avenue; 

;Vard 13— Alley between W. 65th Street, W 66th 
Street, S. Kilpatrick Avenue, S. Keat- 
ing Avenue; 

^Yard 15— Alleys between W. 55th Street, W. 56th 
Street, S. Washtenaw Avenue, S. Fair- 
field Avenue, etc.; 

Ward 23— Alley between W. 52nd Street, W. 53rd 
Street, S. Christiana Avenue, S. Homan 
Avenue, etc.; 



Ward 35— Alleys between W. Diversey Avenue, W. 

Schubert Avenue, N. Melvina Avenue, 
N. Merrimac Avenue; 
Ward 36— Alleys between W. Grand Avenue, W. 

Dickens Avenue, N. Major Avenue, N. 
Mango Avenue; 
Ward 36— Alleys between W. Grand Avenue, W. 

Armitage Avenue, N. Parkside Avenue, 
N. Major Avenue; 
Ward 38— Alleys between W. Melrose Street, W. 

Belmont Avenue, N. Mobile Avenue, N. 
Narragansett Avenue; 
Ward 50— Alley between W. Hood Avenue, W. Nor- 
wood Street, N. Hoyne Avenue, N. Ham- 
ilton Avenue; 
Ward 50— Alleys between N. Lincoln Avenue W. 

Hollywood Avenue, N. Francisco Ave- 
nue, N. Richmond Street, etc." 



REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. 



V, -ff.^ indi rated below No request under the statute was made by any 
the Council, except where otherwise indicated below. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. 



Transfers of Funds in Appropriations Autliorized and Directed. 

on motion of Alderman Keane the committee's recommendation was concurred In and sa,d proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

r.„.-Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe Holman, ^espres M„er^ BoM^^^^^^^^ 
ski, Zelezlnskl, Egan. J. P. Burke, Kjska, Sheridan, Slight Murray ™ ■ ^ 

Sri; ^S^S^I^^^S:!'^^^^ Kosenher. Voun, Hoellen, Hirsh, 

Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said ordinance as passed : 
Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Chicago: 

SECTION 1. That the City Comptroller the City Trea u^ Sif/e 
the following transfers of funds for the year 1959 The ^i^P^jt""? ow ^ will leave sufficient unencumbered 

— lat'!?!:?o-:i?e?S1aM^^^ 

such appropriations. 



From 

Account Purpose 
100.1290.164 Bookbinding 



To 

Amount Account 
Municipal Reference Library 



Purpose 



.$ 450.00 



100.1290.348 Books and Related 
Materials 



Amount 



.$ 450.00 



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December 7, 1959 



From To 

Account Purpose Amount Account Purpose Amount 

Commission on Youth Welfare 

100.3450.010 Salaries and Wages 12,700.89 1€0.3450.350 Stationery and Office 

Supplies 378.80 

100.3450.422 Office Machines 11,980.09 

100.3450.162 Repair or Maintenance 

of Equipment 342.00 

Department op Water and Sewers 
Bureau of Water 
Water Distribution Division 

200.8270.160 Repair or Maintenance of 200.8270.005 Salaries and Wages 31 000 00 

Property 21,000.00 ,"u-u.uu 

200.8270.422 Office Machines 10,000.00 

Committee on Local Transportation 

860.1248.005 Salaries and Wages 1,200.00 860.1248.831 For General Office expense, $1200.00 

including rentals, postage, 
printing, equipment and 
supplies, compensation for 
use of 4 personally-owned 
automobiles at $65.00 per 
month and the payment of 
unpaid bills, incurred for 
such purposes. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage. 



Authority Granted for Acquisition of Specified Parcels 
of Property for Chicago-O'Hare International 
Airport. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report rec- 
ommending that the City Council pass a proposed 
order transmitted therewith, to authorize acquisition 
of specified parcels of property for Chicago-O'Hare 
International Airport. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, CuUerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel, in ac- 
cordance with his recommendation of November 16, 
1959, is hereby authorized to acquire the following- 
described property needed for use in the O'Hare 
Airfield : 

O'Hare Parcel No. Ul. 
Parcel 1 : Lots 1 and 2 in Block 10 in Lawrence 
Avenue Highlands being a subdivision of the 
North 50 acres of the East half of the North 
West quarter of Section 16, Township 40 North, 
Range 12 East of the Third Principal Meridian, 
according to the plat thereof recorded June 12, 
1931 as document 10920093; 
also 

Parcel 2: The North half of alley South of and 



adjoining said Lots; 
also 

Parcel 3: The South half of Wilson Avenue 
North of and adjoining said Lots; 

also 

Parcel 4: The West half of Ashland Avenue 
East of and adjoining Lot 1 and the East line of 
Lot 1 produced South 10 feet and North 33 feet; 

all in Cook County, Illinois (located on the 
southwest corner of Ashland and Wilson Ave- 
nues, in Schiller Park, lUinois), 

in the amount of seventeen thousand dollars ($17,- 
000.00), and the City Treasurer and the City 
Comptroller are authorized and directed to issue 
vouchers and pay the amount when approved by 
the Corporation Counsel from appropriations made 
under Account No. 431.8680.610; and 

Be It Further Ordered, That the Corporation 
Counsel, in accordance with his recommendation of 
November 17, 1959, is hereby authorized to acquire 
the following-described property needed for use in 
the O'Hare Airfield: 

Parcel No. 731-A. 

Lot 55 in Frederick H. Bartlett's Irving Park 
Lee Street Farms, being a subdivision of the 
Easterly half of the South West quarter of Sec- 
tion 17 and the Easterly one third of the West 
half of the East half of said South West quar- 
ter of Section 17, Township 40 North, Range 12 
East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Cook 
County, Illinois (located on Lee Street about 
700 feet south of Irving Park Boulevard in the 
west half of Leyden Township), 
in the amount of seven thousand five hundred dol- 
lars ($7,500.00), and the City Comptroller and the 
City Treasurer are authorized and directed to issue 
vouchers and pay the amount when approved by 
the Corporation Counsel from appropriations made 
under Account No. 431.8680.610; and 



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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 



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Be It Further Ordered, That the Corporation 
Counsel, in accordance with his recommendation of 
November 12, 1959, is hereby authorized to acquire 
the following-described property needed for use in 
the O'Hare Airfield: 

O'Hare Parcel No. 1025. 

The East half of the North East quarter of the 
North East quarter of Section 31, Township 41 
North, Range 12 East of the Third Principal 
Meridian ; 
also 

The East 10 acres of the West half of the North 
East quarter of the North East quarter of Sec- 
tion 31, Township 41 North, Range 12 East of 
the Third Principal Meridian, all in Cook County, 
Illinois, 

Except that part described as follows : begin- 
ning at a steel plate in the pavement at the 
North East corner of said Section 31; thence 
West 456.8 feet along the North line of said 
Section 31; thence South Easterly 485.1 feet 
along a line which makes a left deflection of 
157 degrees 38 minutes with the previously- 
described course to the East line of said Sec- 
tion 31; thence North 184.8 feet along the 
East line of said Section 31, to the place of 
beginning ; 

(Located South of the Toll Road and Touhy Av- 
enue in the East half of Maine Township ; 
in the amount of one hundred ninety-two thousand 
five hundred dollars ($192,500.00), and the City 
Comptroller and the City Treasurer are authorized 
and directed to issue vouchers and pay the amount 
when approved by the Corporation Counsel from 
appropriations made under Account No. 431.8b80.- 
610; and 

Be It Further Ordered, That the Corporation 
Counsel, in accordance with his recommendation of 
November 12, 1959, is hereby authorized to acquire 
the following-described property needed for use in 
the O'Hare Airfield: 

O'Hare Parcel No. 1026. 

That part of the West third of the North West 
quarter of the North West quarter of Section 32, 
Township 41 North, Range 12 East of the Third 
Principal Meridian, lying South of the following- 
described property; 

beginning at a steel plate at the North West 
corner of said Section 32; thence East 201.8 
feet along the North line of said Section 32; 
thence South Easterly 256.7 feet along a line 
making a right deflection of 22 degrees, 14 
minutes 00 seconds with the last-described 
course to the East line of the West third of 
the North West quarter of the North West 
quarter of Section 32; thence South along 
said East line 265.8 feet making a right de- 
flection of 70 degrees, 07 minutes, 00 seconds 
with the last-described course; thence North 
Westerly 471.1 feet along a line making a 
right deflection 109 degrees, 53 minutes, 00 
seconds with the last-described course to the 
West line of said Section 32; thence North 
184.8 feet to the place of beginning; 
also 

The West third of the North half of the South 
West quarter of the North West quarter of Sec- 
tion 32, Township 41 North, Range 12 East of 



the Third Principal Meridian, except the South 
150.00 feet thereof; 

all in Cook County, Illinois (located on the 
South side of the Toll Road in the West half of 
Maine Township) ; 
in the amount of one hundred thirteen thousand 
one hundred dollars ($113,100.00), and the City 
Comptroller and the City Treasurer are authorized 
and directed to issue vouchers and pay the amount 
when approved by the Corporation Counsel from 
appropriations made under Account No. 431.8b8U.- 
610. 



Authority Granted for Lease of Land to U.S.A. for 
Construction of Temporary Post Office Facilities at 
Chicago-O'Hare International Airport. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report rec- 
ommending that the City Council pass a proposed 
ordinance transmitted therewith, to authorize a lease 
to United States of America of certain land at Chi- 
cago-O'Hare International Airport for construction 
of Post Office faciUties. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T F Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 
Nays — None. 

The following is said ordinance as passed: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Commissioner of Aviation 
and the City Comptroller are authorized to execute, 
subject to approval of the Corporation Counsel as 
to form and legality, a lease with the Post Office 
Department, United States Government, said lease 
to be in substantially the following form: 
Lease. 

This lease, made and entered into this 

(Jay of , 19 by and between the 

City of Chicago, a municipal corporation of the 
State of Illinois, whose address is City Hall, Chi- 
cago 2 Illinois, hereinafter called the Lessor, and 
the United States of America hereinafter called 
the Government: 

Witnesseth : 

The parties hereto for the consideration herein- 
after mentioned covenant and agree as follows : 

The Lessor hereby leases to the Government the 
following-described premises, viz. : 

Beginning at O'Hare Field Coordinate twenty 
thousand eight hundred ninety and forty-eight 
hundredths (20,890.48) feet South and nineteen 
thousand nine hundred sixty-two and eighty- 
five hundredths (19,962.85) feet East; thence 
North 39 degrees, 42 minutes, 01 seconds East 
50 feet to a point having a coordinate of twen- 



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ty thousand eight hundred fifty-two and one 
hundredth (20,852.01) feet South and nineteen 
thousand nine hundred ninety-four and seventy- 
nine hundredths (19,994.79) feet East; thence 
Northwesterly at right angle to the last-de- 
scribed course thirty (30.0) feet to a point hav- 
ing a coordinate of twenty thousand eight hun- 
dred thirty-two and eighty-five hundredths (20,- 
832.85) feet South and nineteen thousand nine 
hundred seventy-one and seventy-one hundredths 
(19,971.71) feet East; thence Northeasterly at 
right angle to the last-described course one hun- 
dred thirty (130.0) feet to a point having a 
coordinate of twenty thousand seven hundred 
thirty-two and eighty-two hundredths (20,732.- 
82) feet South and twenty thousand fifty-four 
hundred and seventy-five hundredths (20,054.75) 
feet East; thence Northwesterly at right angle 
to the last-described course one hundred twenty- 
eight (128.0) feet to a point having a coordinate 
of twenty thousand six hundred fifty-one and six 
hundredths (20.651.06) feet South and nine- 
teen thousand nine hundred fifty-six and twenty- 
seven hundredths (19,956.27) feet East; thence 
Southwesterly at right angle to the last-de- 
scribed course one hundred eighty (180.0) feet 
to a point having a coordinate of twenty thou- 
sand seven hundred eighty-nine and fifty-five 
hundredths (20,789.55) feet South and nineteen 
thousand eight hundred forty-one and twenty- 
nine hundredths (19,841.29) feet East; thence 
Southeasterly at right angle to the last-described 
course one hundred fifty eight (158.0) feet to 
the place of beginning, consisting of twenty-four 
thousand five hundred forty (24,540) square 
feet, as shown in Exhibit "A" attached hereto 
and made a part hereof to be used for postal 
purposes. 

To Have and to Hold the said premises for the 

term beginning and ending 

with February 28, 1961. 

The Government shall pay the Lessor an annual 
rental of one thousand five hundred thirty-three 
and 75/100 ($1,533.75) Dollars, excluding utility 
charges, payable in equal installments at the end 
of each calendar month. Rent for part of month 
shall be prorated. 

The Government shall not sub-let the premises 
hereby leased or assign this lease without the 
prior written approval of the Lessor. 

The Government shall have the right to erect 
structures and make necessary utility connections 
therefor in or upon the premises hereby leased, 
provided that: 

(a) Prior to the erection of any and all struc- 
tures. Lessee shall procure in writing the 
permission of Lessor's Commissioner of 
Aviation and shall further procure or cause 
to be procured all necessary building per- 
mits; and such insurance as may be deemed 
necessary by City Comptroller during con- 
struction. 

(b) No structure erected shall thereafter be en- 
larged or have any structural alterations 
made thereon without the consent in writing 
of Lessor's Commissioner of Aviation first 
had and obtained. 

Any and all structures placed in or upon or at- 
tached to the said premises by the Government 
shall be and remain the property of the Govern- 
ment and may be removed or otherwise disposed of 
by the Government. 



This lease may be terminated upon ninety days' 
notice in writing to the Lessor whenever the Post 
Office Department shall so decide. 

Prior to expiration or termination of this lease 
the Government shall, if required by the Lessor by 
notice in writing sixty days in advance of such 
expiration or termination, restore the premises to 
as good condition as that existing at the time of 
entering upon the the same under this lease, reason- 
able and ordinary wear and tear and damages by 
the elements or by circumstances over which the 
Government has no control, excepted. 

No member of or Delegate to Congress or Resi- 
dent Commissioner shall be admitted to any share 
or part of this lease or any benefit to arise there- 
from. Nothing, however, herein contained shall be 
construed to extend to any incorporated company, 
if the lease be for the benefit of such corporation 
or company. 

In connection with the performance of work un- 
der this contract, the Lessor agrees not to dis- 
criminate against any employee or applicant for 
employment because of race, religion, color or 
national origin. The aforesaid provision shall in- 
clude but not be limited to the following: employ- 
ment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruit- 
ment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termin- 
ation ; rates of pay or other forms of compensation ; 
and selection for training, including apprentice- 
ship. The Lessor agrees to post hereafter in con- 
spicious places, available for employees and appli- 
cants for employment, notices to be provided by the 
Government setting forth the provisions of the non- 
discrimination clause. The Lessor further agrees to 
insert the foregoing provision in all sub-contracts 
hereunder, except sub-contracts for standard com- 
mericial supplies or raw materials. 

In Witness Whereof the parties hereto have 
signed and sealed these presents as of the date 
first written above. 

City of Chicago, a Municipal 
Corporation 

Attest: By 

Commissioner of Aviation. 

By 

City Comptroller. 

The United States of America 

By 

Title 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage. 



City Comptroller Authorized to Cancel Certain 
Warrants for Collection. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the following proposed order 
transmitted therewith do pass: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller is authorized 
in accordance with his request dated November 25, 
1959, to cancel the uncollectible warrants for col- 
lection in the amount of $1,577.26, as listed in his 
communication. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 



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pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, MarzuUo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Authority Granted for Advertisment of School Prop- 
erty for Sale (S. E. Cor. S. Morgan and 
W. Monroe Sts.). 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report rec- 
ommending that the City Council pass the following 
proposed ordinance transmitted therewith (which was 
referred to the committee on November 18, 1959): 

An Ordinance 
Providing for Sale of School Land Located at the 
Southeast Corner of S. Morgan and W. Monroe 
Streets. 

Whereas^ The Board of Education of the City of 
Chicago, at its regular meeting held November 12, 
1959, by vote of not less than three-fourths of the 
full membership of said Board of Education deter- 
mined that the property hereinafter described is no 
longer necessary, appropriate, required for the use 
of, profitable to, or for the best interests of the 
Board of Education of the City of Chicago and/or 
the City of Chicago; and 

Whereas, The Board of Education of the City of 
Chicago, at said regular meeting held November 
12, 1959, by vote of not less than three-fourths of 
the full membership of said Board of Education 
ordered that a written request of the Board of Ed- 
ucation of the City of Chicago be made on the 
City Council of the City of Chicago to sell, in the 
manner provided by statute, the real estate here- 
inafter described; and 

Whereas, Written request has been made by the 
Board of Education of the City of Chicago to sell 
the said real estate hereinafter described; now, 
therefore. 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the following-described prop- 
erty, to wit: 

Lots 14 to 16, both inclusive, in Block 7 in Dun- 
can's Addition to Chicago, in the East half of 
the North East quarter of Section 17, Township 
39 North, Range 14 East of the Third Principal 
Meridian, in Cook County, Illinois, 

which real estate located on the southeast corner 
of S. Morgan and W. Monroe Streets, in Chicago, 
Illinois, has a frontage of 150 feet on the east side 
of S. Morgan Street and a frontage of 118 feet on 
the south side of W. Monroe Street, and contains 
an area of approximately 17,700 square feet; said 
property is vacant and not used for any school 
purpose and is no longer necessary, appropriate, 
required for the use of, profitable to, or for the 
best interests of the Board of Education of the City 
of Chicago and/or the City of Chicago. 

Section 2. That the City Comptroller is hereby 
authorized and directed to advertise for sale the 
aforesaid school property. Said notices shall con- 



tain an accurate description of the property offer- 
ed for sale, the purpose for which it is used, and 
shall state at what regular meeting of the City 
Council of the City of Chicago the bids will be 
considered and opened. 

Section 3. Bids for said property must be on 
forms to be prepared by the City Comptroller who 
is hereby authorized to prepare such bidding forms 
and to determine the conditions of bidding and the 
time for reception of bids. 

Section 4. All bids received pursuant to such 
advertisement for the sale of said property shall 
be opened only at a regular meeting of the City 
Council of the City of Chicago and shall be accept- 
ed only upon a vote of not less than three-fourths 
of the members of the City Council of the City of 
Chicago. 

Section 5. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and approval. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



State of Illinois Permission Accepted for Construction 
of Fixed Bridge over South Branch of 
Chicago River. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending adoption of the following proposed 
resolution transmitted therewith : 

Resolved, That the City of Chicago hereby ac- 
cepts the permission granted by the State of Illi- 
nois, Department of Public Works and Buildings, 
in its letter of November 30, 1959, signed by the 
Director of said Department of Public Works and 
Buildings, to erect a fixed bridge on the South 
Branch of the Chicago River at the location of 
the crossing of the South Route of the Compre- 
hensive Superhighway System; and 

Be It Further Resolved, That the Mayor and the 
City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute 
the formal acceptance of said permission on behalf 
of the City of Chicago. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
resolution was adopted, by yeas and nays as follows : 

Teas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 



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Simon Bell, Crowe, Hauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 

len, Hirsh, 'wigoda, Sperling— 48. len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

,T ,, Nays — ^None. 

Nays — None. ^ 



Agreement Authorized with C. B. & Q. R.R. Co. for 

License and Permission to Attach Underpass- 
Lighting Fixtures to Railroad Bridge. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the following proposed order 
transmitted therewith do pass: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Streets and 
Sanitation is authorized, in accordance with his 
request of October 16, 1959, to enter into an agree- 
ment, in form to be approved by the Corporation 
Counsel, with the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Railroad Company, granting license and permis- 
sion to attach to underpass structure in S. Morgan 
Street at W. 16th Street in the City of Chicago, 
Illinois, and to maintain and operate lighting fix- 
tures and appurtenances thereon for the purpose 
of supplying underpass lighting. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 



Authority Granted for Installation of Traffic- 
Control Devices at Specified Locations. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the following proposed order 
transmitted therewith do pass: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Streets and 
Sanitation is hereby authorized and directed to in- 
stall traffic-control signals as follows : 

Estimated 

Intersection Cost 

S Nashville Avenue and W. Archer 

Avenue $7,114.20 

S. Oak Park Avenue and W. Armitage 

Avenue 6,102.13 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 



Construction of Oatchbasins in W. Strong St. 
Authorized and Directed. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the City Council pass the follow- 
ing proposed order transmitted therewith (which was 
referred to the committee on November 27, 1959) : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Water and 
Sewers through the Bureau of Sewers is hereby 
authorized and directed to construct catchbasins 
in the north and south sides of W. Strong Street 
at the first alley east of N. Mobile Avenue, and 
connect same to sewer in W. Strong Street, at a 
cost not to exceed twelve hundred dollars ($1200.- 
00) including labor, material, equipment, inspec- 
tion and engineering, to be charged to Account 
No. 492-6874.***. 

All costs to the Bureau of Water on account of 
this improvement shall be charged to Account No. 
492-8270.562, and all costs to the Bureau of Elec- 
tricity on account of this improvement shall be 
charged to Account No. 492-6876.***. 

The City Treasurer and City Comptroller are 
hereby authorized and directed to pass for pay- 
ment vouchers and payrolls in accordance here- 
with when approved by the Commissioner of Wa- 
ter and Sewers and the Deputy Commissioner for 
Sewers. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 



Approval Given to Recommendations for Stipulated 
Settlements in Connection with Acquisition of Pro- 
perty for South Route of Comprehensive 
Superhighway System. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the following proposed order 
transmitted therewith do pass: 

Ordered, That the recommendations of the Com- 
missioner of Public Works contained in his com- 
munications of various dates, recommending ap- 
proval of stipulated settlements in connection with 
the acquisition of property for the South Route of 
the Comprehensive Superhighway System as here- 
inafter listed, are hereby approved; and the City 
Comptroller and City Treasurer are hereby au- 
thorized and directed to pay to the owners 
the amounts set forth together with accrued in- 
terest and Court costs, when approved by the Com- 



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missioner of Public Works, from the appropriation 
made under the Superhighway Bond Fund or Mo- 
tor Fuel Tax Fund: 

Parcel No. Address Amount 

23- 135A 3301-3321 S. Wentworth $250,000.00 

Avenue (southeast 
corner of W. 33rd 
Street 

24- 39 512 W. 25th Place 13,000.00 
24-54 462 W. 25th Place 13,500.00 

24- 129 475 W. 25th Place 13,500.00 

25- 70 635-65 W. 14th Street 800,902.00 
23-A-13 3645 S. Wells Street 1,300.00. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Execution of Agreement Authorized with State of 
Illinois for Removal, Adjustment, Etc. of Water 
Mains due to Improvements on Access- 
Controlled Expressways. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the City Council pass a proposed 
ordinance transmitted therewith, to authorize execu- 
tion of an agreement with the State of Illinois for 
removal, alteration and adjustment of certain water 
mains due to improvements on Access-Controlled 
Expressways. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said ordinance as passed: 

Whereas, the State of Illinois desires to make 
certain highway improvements on the Access Con- 
trolled Expressways which are coincident with the 
Federal-Aid Highway System consisting of projects 
for construction within the limits of the City of 
Chicago; and 

Whereas, that, due to said highway construction, 



certain adjustments, removal and alteration of 
existing facilities will have to be made ; and 

Whereas, it is necessary for the parties hereto 
to comply with the applicable terms and provisions 
of the Bureau of Public Roads Policy and Pro- 
cedure Memorandum 30-4 and supplements and 
amendments thereto; now, therefore. 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Mayor and the City Clerk 
hereby are authorized to execute, and the City 
Comptroller and the Commissioner of Water and 
Sewers to attest, and the Corporation Counsel to 
approve, on behalf of the City of Chicago, an agree- 
ment between the City of Chicago and the State 
of Illinois as follows : 

Agreement 

Memorandum of Agreement, made and entered 

into this day of 

A.D. between the City of Chicago, hereinafter re- 
ferred to as the City, and the State of Illinois 
acting by and through its Department of Public 
Works and Buildings, hereinafter referred to as the 
State, 

Witnesseth : 

Whereas, the State desires to make certain high- 
way improvements on the Access Controlled Ex- 
pressways which are coincident with the Federal- 
-Aid Highway System consisting of projects for 
construction within the limits of the City of Chi- 
cago, and 

Whereas, that, due to said highway construction, 
certain adjustments, removal and alteration of 
existing facilities will have to be made, and 

Whereas, it is necessary for the parties hereto 
to comply with the applicable terms and provisions 
of the Bureau of Public Roads Policy and Procedure 
Memorandum 30-4 and supplements and amend- 
ments thereto in order to (1) obtain Federal par- 
ticipation in the costs involved herein, and (2)_ to 
provide a standard procedure for evaluating project 
status, said Policy and Procedure Memorandum 
30-4, and supplements and amendments thereto are 
by this reference hereby made a part of this agree- 
mnt with the same force and effect as if attached 
hereto, or spread at length herein, and 

Whereas, it is in the best interest of the City 
and the State for the City to make necessary re- 
moval alteration and adjustments of certain exist- 
ing facilities with the City's regular construction 
and maintenance forces, and 

Whereas, it is necessary for the City to be re- 
imbursed for preliminary engineering involved in 
the preparation of construction plans for the re- 
moval, alteration, and adjustment of existing fa- 
cilities to be performed by City forces or by the 
State's contractor; 

Now, Therefore, for and in Consideration of the 
Mutual Covenants Herein Recited, the City and the 
State Agree as Follows: 

Section 1. That the City will prepare plans and 
estimates for work to be performed by City forces 
in accordance with Sections 7a, 7h and 7i of the 
Bureau of Public Roads Policy and Procedure 
Memorandum 30-4. The City will submit these 
plans and estimates to the State prior to the pro- 
posed letting of State contracts in the area where 
City utilities are involved. The estimates submitted 
by the City shall be in three (3) separate parts 
setting forth that portion of the work in which (1) 



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the Bureau of Public Roads and the State will par- 
ticipate, (2) that part in which the State will 
participate and (3) that part in which the City 
will bear the cost. Such estimates shall be prepared 
in accordance with Section 7e (2) of Bureau of 
Public Roads Policy and Procedure Memorandum 
30-4. 

Section 2. The State will submit the City's 
plans and estimates to the Bureau of Public Roads 
for approval of the use of Federal funds for utility 
work to be done in connection with Federal-aid 
highway construction projects. 

Section 3. The City will, after approval of the 
State^ with its regular construction or maintenance 
crew and personnel at its standard schedule of 
wages and working hours, make the necessary ad- 
justments in its facilities necessitated by the pro- 
posed highway construction. 

Section 4. That the City will notify the State 
of any additional cost to be incurred in the author- 
ized work or of any extra work or material which 
may be required. Such notification shall be made 
prior to the performance of the work and shall be 
submitted to the State in the form of a written 
request for approval of said work. Justification for 
the proposed increases in work or material shall 
be stated in the request for approval. Increases in 
authorized work and extra work or material re- 
quired to complete the adjustment must be ap- 
proved by the State and Bureau of Public Roads 
before proceeding with said work. Changes of this 
type shall be processed through the State's Bureau 
of Construction. Verbal approval for such work, 
contingent on transmittal of written request at the 
earliest possible date, may be requested only in the 
case of an emergency in which the work delay in- 
curred by the aforementioned procedure would be 
detrimental to the interest of the State and the 
Bureau of Public Roads. 

Section 5. The State will reimburse the City 
for the actual cost of all work performed for which 
the State is reimbursed by the Bureau of Public 
Roads. This work is as follows: 

A. The removal, relocation, or replacement of 
water mains and appurtenances incidental 
thereto which are a part of the existing water 
main network, less the value of salvaged ma- 
terial. 

B. Cost of all other work not listed above, but 
for which the State is reimbursed by the 
Bureau of Public Roads. 

Section 6. The State will reimburse the City 
for actual costs of the work upon presentation of 
properly itemized bills from the City; said costs 
being computed by and in accordance with the 
methods and procedures set forth in the Bureau of 
Public Roads Policy and Procedure Memorandum 
30-4 and all supplements and amendments thereto 
hereinbefore made a part of this agreement. Final 
billings shall follow as closely as possible the order 
of items in the estimates as required by Section 14 
of Bureau of Public Roads Policy and Procedure 
Memorandum 30-4. 

The bills submitted by the City must be reviewed 
and audited by the State and/or the Bureau of 
Public Roads before they can be approved. The 
Itemized bills from the City must be in such detail 
and in such form as will meet the approval of the 
Bureau of Public Roads. 

The payments will be made on the basis herein- 
after set forth: 



A. Monthly or Final Billing: The City may sub- 
mit monthly billing reflecting the actual cost in- 
curred during the previous current month or it 
may submit a final billing upon completion of 
the project, and in either case ninety per cent 
(90%) of either the monthly or final billing 
shall be paid after audit and verification by the 
State. 

B. Final Payment: Upon completion of all of 
said work and the submission of final itemized 
bills, the retained ten per cent (10%) will be 
paid after approval by the Bureau of Public 
Roads; it being understood, however, that the 
said bills are subject to audit and verification by 
the State before payment. 

Providing, however, that the City may not be 
reimbursed for items of expenses which are not 
eligible for Federal participation, or which are not 
listed in Section 5 or as determined by the require- 
ments of said Policy and Procedure Memorandum 
30-4 and subsequent amendments and supplements 
thereto. 

Section 7. That the City shall construct the 
most economical type of facilities in the new loca- 
tion as will satisfactorily meet the same service 
requirements of the old facilities in the old location 
and a certification to this effect shall be included 
in its bill for reimbursement for work performed 
and actual costs incurred. 

Should the utility relocation cover a major and 
independent segment of the City's utility system, 
this agreement shall not apply but an appropriate 
agreement thereof shall be effectuated. 

A certification to the effect that the utility re- 
location does or does not cover a major and in- 
dependent segment of the City's utility system shall 
be attached to the estimate of cost for each project. 

Section 8. That all cost records of the City per- 
taining to this project will be subject to inspection 
at any time by the representatives of the State and 
the Bureau of Public Roads. 

Section 9. The work of altering, and maintain- 
ing the facilities covered by this agreement, at any 
time after they have been relocated by the City as 
herein provided, shall be done by the City at its sole 
expense. Such work of alteration or maintenance 
shall be interpreted to include all repairs and re- 
visions necessary to maintain the facility so that 
it will not in any way interfere with or endanger 
the general public in their use of the road as a 
State highway. This shall not include adjustments 
or relocations which are necessitated by roadway 
changes or other construction on the part of the 
State. 

Section 10. That the City shall not start work 
on the adjustment and rearrangement of the facili- 
ties as heretofore described in this agreement, until 
notice has been given to the City by the State 
that the work has been authorized by the Bureau 
of Public Roads and/or by the State and that it is 
therefore satisfactory to begin work. 

Section 11. The State will designate an en- 
pineer, hereinafter referred to as the State's resi- 
dent engineer to oversee the adjustments, removals 
and alterations made by the City's personnel. It 
shall be the State's resident engineer's duty to pro- 
vide the City personnel with information regarding 
the Federal-Aid project or projects on which City 
work is to be performed. Engineers and foremen 
assigned to the project by the City shall be re- 
sponsible to the State's resident Engineer and 
shall report to the State's resident engineer on 



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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 



1231 



the work performed, manner of performance and 
rate of progress of the work. 

The number of personnel with their complete 
classification, the amount of material (quantity of 
units as outlined in the estimate) used and the 
type and number of equipment used, will be tabu- 
lated and presented to the State's resident en- 
gineer on a daily basis for his approval and veri- 
fication. Records to this effect shall be available 
to the State and the Bureau of Public Roads at 
any time. 

Section 12. It is also agreed by and between the 
parties hereto that the Bureau of Public Roads 
Policy and Procedure Memorandum 30-4 and amend- 
ments and supplements thereto form an essential 
part of this agreement, and the terms or provisions 
of this agreement shall in no way abrogate or 
supersede the terms or provisions set forth in the 
Policy and Procedure Memorandum 30-4. 

Section 13. The State will reimburse the City 
for costs incurred for preliminary engineering. 
Preliminary engineering shall include all technical 
work including field surveys involved in the prepar- 
ation of construction plans, specifications and esti- 
mates. Reimbursement for preliminary engineering 
shall be made for work performed by City forces 
on projects or portions of projects in which the 
State will participate or in which the State's con- 
tractor will perform the work. 

Payment for preliminary engineering shall be 
made to the City for the actual cost of Engineering 
shown on an itemized statement of engineering time 
credited to the project, but in no case shall this 
amount exceed five per cent ( 5 % ) of the engineers 
estimated cost of construction. Payment for pre- 
liminary engineering will be made upon approval 
of the Statement for such work. This statement 
shall be submitted after completion of plans, speci- 
fications and estimates by City engineering forces. 

In Witness Whereof, the State has caused this 
agreement to be executed in its behalf by the Direc- 
tor of Public Works and Buildings and attested by 
its Chief Highway Engineer and City has caused 
this agreement to be executed in its behalf by its 
proper officers pursuant to an ordinance passed by 

its City Council on the day of 

, 1959, a certified copy of which ordi- 
nance is attached hereto and marked "Exhibit A" 
and made a part hereof; the parties have caused 
this agreement to be executed on the day and year 
first above written. 

The State of Illinois 
Department of Public 
Attest: Works and Buildings 

By 

Director 



Chief Highway Engineer 



Attest : 



City Clerk 



Commissioner, 
Department of Water 
and Sewers 



City of Chicago, a 
municipal corporation, 

By 

Mayor 



Comptroller 



Section 2. The City Clerk is hereby directed to 
transmit six duly executed and signed copies of 
this agreement, together with six certified copies 
of this ordinance, to the Division of Highways of 
the Department of Public Works and Buildings of 



the State of Illinois, through the District Engineer 
for District No. 10 of the said Division of Highways 
for execution by the Director of Public Works and 
Buildings and the Chief Highway Engineer for the 
State of Illinois. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage. 



Authority Granted for Payments for Hospital, Medi- 
cal and Nursing Services Rendered Certain 
Injured Policemen and Firemen. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the City Council pass a proposed 
order transmitted therewith, to authorize payments 
for hospital, medical and nursing services rendered 
certain injured policemen and firemen. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller is authorized 
and directed to issue vouchers in conformity with 
the schedule herein set forth, to physicians, hos- 
pitals, nurses or other individuals, in settlement 
for hospital, medical and nursing services rend- 
ered to the policemen and firefighters herein 
named. The payment of any of these bills shall not 
be construed as an approval of any previous claims 
pending or future claims for expenses or benefits 
on account of any alleged injury to the individuals 
named. The total amount of said claims is set op- 
posite the names of the policemen and firefighters 
injured, and vouchers are to be drawn in favor of 
the proper claimants and charged to Account No. 
100.9112.937: 

Hubert Horaty, Patrolman, District 41; 

injured May 14, 1959 $ 373.00 

Alfred Wechsler, Patrolman, District 28; 

injured August 7, 1959 5.00 

James Woulfe, Patrolman, District 15; in- 
jured July 27, 1959 5.00 

Ramon Wrobel, Patrolman, District 40; 

injured May 23, 1959 36.00 

Nicholas Alyinovich, Patrolman, District 

2; injured August 7, 1959 30.00 

Harvard C. Bieze, Firefighter, Squad 6; 

injured August 8, 1959 149.40 

Francis V. Breskey, Firefighter, Engine 

Engine Co. 99; injured June 25, 1959.... 168.05 

Peter V. Burke, Battalion Chief, Battalion 

7; injured February 9, 1942 475.40 

Edward Cashier, Patrolman, District 32; 

injured August 6, 1959 10.00 



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December 7, 1959 



Eddie Cooper, Patrolman, District 29; in- 
jured July 16, 1959 28.00 

Charles Etscheid, Patrolman, Youth Bu- 
reau; injured August 29, 1959 477.60 

Alvin Fauntleroy, Sergeant, District 2; in- 
jured August 30, 1959 1,039.30 

Thomas P. Gibbons, Firefighter, Engine 

Co. 102; injured June 15, 1959 482.35 

August Heimann, Patrolman, District 20; 

injured July 26, 1959 108.00 

Melvin Hodgen, Patrolman, District 10; 

injured July 19, 1959 122.60 

Richard W. Hopkins, Firefighter, Engine 

Co. 44; injured May 30, 1959 150.00 

James Howard, Patrolman, District 6; in- 
jured May 20, 1959 32.00 

Anthony Immordino, Patrolman, District 

36; injured August 17, 1959 286.14 

James James, Patrolman, District 26; in- 
jured July 25, 1959 15.00 

Eugene Kollinowski, Detective, Stolen Au- 
to Section ; injured August 17, 1959 100.00 

Lambert J. Kefer, Patrolman, District 27; 

injured April 20, 1959 2,786.35 

Thomas Kelly, Patrolman, District 31; in- 
jured August 5, 1959 8.00 

Mathias Kelter, Patrolman, Traffic Divi- 
sion; injured June 5, 1954 300.00 

Paul Koburi, Patrolman, District 33; in- 
jured August 16, 1959 25.75 

John M. Kruszkowski, Lieutenant, Hook 

and Ladder Co. 32 ; injured June 7, 1959 129.55 

Edward Kunze, Patrolman, District 40; 

injured March 17, 1959 473.26 

Lawrence Mack, Patrolman, District 23; 

injured July 28, 1959 34.00 

Charles McCabe, Patrolman, District D-3; 

injured April 7, 1959 144.16 

Lawrence E. McCarthy, Firefighter, En- 
gine Co. 27 ; injured August 6, 1959 247.15 

Roy W. McCarthy, Battalion Chief, Bat- 
talion 30 ; injured August 13, 1959 174.30 

Arthur Minton, Sergeant, District 6; in- 
jured July 22, 1959 7.00 

James Moran, Patrolman, District 14; in- 
jured July 19, 1959 6.25 

Richard Munson Firefighter, Drill School; 

injured June 17, 1959 149.75 

Robert E. Murphy, Firefighter, Hook and 
Ladder Co. 40; injured February 12, 

1955 748.00 

James O'Boyle, Patrolman, District 23; 

injured July 23, 1959 4.50 

Ronald P. Pearson, Firefighter, Engine Co. 

126 ; injured July 25, 1959 32.50 

Ronald Poedtke, Patrolman, Police Train- 
ing Division; injured July 9, 1959 30.00 

Charles Schroeder, Detective, District 34; 

injured September 4, 1959 145.75 

James Shaffer, Patrolman, Detective Bu- 
reau, injured February 9, 1959 128.00 

Conrad N. Shavers, Patrolman, District 

13 ; injured August 23, 1959 185.35 

Sam Smith, Engineer, Engine Co. 95; in- 
jured June 15, 1959 123.55 

Sherman Tarver, Firefighter, Engine Co. 

16; injured September 6, 1959 387.70 



Charles Travers, Firefighter, Engine Co. 

117; injured July 24, 1959 251.00 

Edward Wooten, Patrolman, District 10; 

injured September 14, 1959 208.85 

Jack Wiest, Lieutenant, Squad 4; injured 

August 29, 1959 612.90 

Walter S. Wojcik, Firefighter, Engine Co. 

38; injured June 27, 1959 101.55 

John Cleary, Patrolman, District 41; in- 
jured August 3, 1959 390.75 

Raymond J. Doran, Captain, Hook and 

Ladder Co. 20; injured April 27, 1959.... 87.00 

Fred Muellner, Patrolman, District 33; in- 
jured August 12, 1959 139.43 

Mitchell Pizzo, Patrolman, District 11; in- 
jured July 30, 1959 566.00 

and 



Be It Further Ordered, That the City Comptrol- 
ler is authorized and directed to issue vouchers in 
conformity with the schedule herein set forth, to 
physicians, hospitals, nurses or other individuals, 
in settlement for hospital, medical and nursing 
services rendered to the policemen herein named, 
provided such policemen shall enter into an agree- 
ment in writing with the City of Chicago to the 
effect that, should it appear that any of said police- 
men has received any sum of money from the party 
whose negligence caused such injury, or has insti- 
tuted proceedings against such party for the re- 
covery of damage on account of such injury or 
medical expense, then in that event the City shall 
be reimbursed by such policeman out of any sum 
that such policeman has received or may hereafter 
receive from such third party on account of such 
injury and medical expense, not to exceed the 
amount that the City may, or shall, have paid on 
account of such medical expense, in accordance 
with Opinion No. 1422 of the Corporation Counsel 
of said City, dated March 19, 1926. The payment 
of any of these bills shall not be construed as an 
approval of any previous claims pending or future 
claims for expenses or benefits on account of any 
alleged injury to the individuals named. The total 
amount of such claims, as allowed, is set opposite 
the names of the policemen injured, and vouchers 
are to be drawn in favor of the proper claimants 
and charged to Account No. 100.9112.937 ; 



Raymond Walsh, Patrolman, Traffic Divi- 
sion; injured July 2, 1958 93.00 

William Purvis, Patrolman, District 15; 

injured January 5, 1959 1,075.10 

Timothy Doyle, Patrolman, District 34; 

injured April 26, 1959 106.10 

Alvin Groote, Patrolman, District 34; in- 
jured March 25, 1959 277.60 

Joseph Constantino, Patrolman, District 

25; injured August 1, 1959 174.30 

Rudolph Crawford, Patrolman, District 

5 ; injured February 27, 1959 340.25 

Robert Fletow, Patrolman, District 40; in- 
jured May 13, 1959 248.00 

Charles Hicks, Patrolman, Traffic Divi- 
sion; injured July 29, 1959 30.00 

David Jackson, Patrolman, District 6; in- 
jured March 3, 1959 124.10 

Bernard Kay, Patrolman, District 11; in- 
jured August 2, 1959 251.60 



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William Lockhart, Patrolman, District 6; 

injured July 31, 1959 10.00 

John L. Manning, Patrolman, Traffic Divi- 
sion; injured September 11, 1959 181.90 

Milford Nygren, Detective, Detective Bu- 
reau; injured October 2, 1957 299.40 

Louis Sabella, Patrolman, District D-2 ; in- 
jured December 19, 1958 357.60 

Roger Stack, Patrolman, District 40; in- 
jured February 28, 1959 209.90 

Charles Wos, Patrolman, District 39; in- 
jured January 17, 1959 377.85 

Frank R. Kasky, Patrolman, Detective Bu- 
reau ; injured August 24, 1958 73.00 

Walter Fleming, Patrolman, District 20; 

injured September 27, 1959 210.45. 



Authority Kescinded for Making of Certain Payments 
on Account of Injuries to Patrolman 
Thomas Krock. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the following proposed order 
transmitted therewith do pass: 

Ordered, That the order passed by the City Coun- 
cil on November 27, 1959 (C. J. pages 1193-1195), 
authorizing payments for hospital, medical and 
nursing services rendered certain injured policemen 
and firemen, is amended by striking out from said 
order, as it appears in the left-hand column of page 
1195, the third item listed, reading as follows: 

"Thomas Krock, Patrolman, District 40; 

injured October 12, 1958 250.00". 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's rec- 
ommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed. 



Authority Granted for Payment of Miscellaneous 
Refunds of Water Kates. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the following proposed order 
transmitted therewith do pass: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Water and 
Sewers is authorized to pay to the following-named 
persons the respective amounts set opposite their 
names, same being refunds of water rates on ac- 
count of underground and fixture leaks collected 
against premises indicated, and charge same to 
Account No. 200.8220.935 ; 

Amount 
$34.10 

74.60 

31.80 



Name and Address Location 



P. Jendrycska, 
3024 S. Lock St. 

J. Richardo, 

525 W. 28th St. 

Peter Sikora, 
4758 S. Marsh- 
field Ave. 

Louis Marcus, 
2424 Estes Ave. 

Station JBD, 5133 
Lake Park Ave. 



3024 S. Lock St. 
525 W. 28th St. 
928 W. 35th Place 



Name and Address 

Alex Rowinski, 
2236 S. Sacra- 
mento Ave. 

Mrs. E. Herbert, 
635 W. 46th PI. 

Harry R. Posner, 
33 N. LaSalle St. 

Joseph Riha, 

1852 W. 18th St. 

Anna Schmook, 
7038 S. Green 
St. 

S. Rosenblum, 
139 N. Clark St. 



Location Amount 

2236 S. Sacramento 

Ave. 22.40 

635 W. 46th Place 57.30 

4801 S. Ashland Ave. 34.10 

1852 W. 18th St. 51.40 

7038 S. Green St. 77.80 



1447 W. 17th St. & 

rear 209.76. 



On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J, P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



2244 W. Jackson 

Blvd. 26.80 

5133 Lake Park Ave. 94.60 



Approval Given to "Five Year Capital Improvements 
Program for Years 1959 Through 1963". 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the City Council adopt a proposed 
resolution transmitted therewith, to approve a "Five 
Year Capital Improvements Program for the Years 
1959 through 1963". 

Alderman Keane moved to concur in the commit- 
tee's recommendation and to adopt the proposed re- 
solution transmitted with the committee's report. 

Alderman Despres moved to amend the pending 
proposed resolution by adding thereto the following 
language : 

Provided, however, that the Capital Improve- 
ments Program Committee is required and directed 
to submit to the City Council a Proposed Perform- 
ance Program, to become a part of the Five Year 
Capital Improvements Program and to show the 
following as to each proposed improvement: 

1. Does it replace any existing facility, and, if so, 
to what extent? 

2. What are its estimated costs of operation and 
maintenance ? 

3. What will be its estimated effect on future 
budgets of the City of Chicago? 

Alderman Simon moved to lay the amendment on 
the table. The motion to lay on the table prevailed. 

The question thereupon being put on the adoption 



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December 7, 1959 



of the pending proposed resolution, the motion pre- 
vailed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Taurek, Lewis, MarzuUo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said resolution as adopted: 

Resolved, That the "Five Year Capital Improve- 
ments Program for the Years 1959 through 1963" 
be and is hereby approved. 



Authority Granted for Contracts with Mass Trans- 
portation Carriers for Use of City Streets 
and Boulevards. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report 
recommending that the City Council pass a proposed 
ordinance transmitted therewith, to authorize con- 
tracts with mass-transportation carriers for the use 
of City streets and boulevards as previously permitted 
by the Chicago Park District. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
SUght, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said ordinance as passed: 

WHEREAS;, While the boulevards were under the 
jurisdiction and control of the Chicago Park Dis- 
trict, said District placed certain mass transporta- 
tion carriers and private carriers for hire in one of 
three classifications: 



1. Through traffic 
type 

2. Semi-local type 



Rate $.01 plus per mile $.01 
additional for use of Outer 
Drive 

Rate $.02 plus per mile $.01 
additional for use of Outer 
Drive 

Rate $.03 per mile 



3. Private carriers 
for hire 

and 

Whereas, Each carrier was required to deposit 
a surety bond or cash deposit to insure the pay- 
ment of the sums due said District; and 

Whereas, In the case of summer day camp oper- 
ators, a flat vehicle charge was made. The practice 
has been to issue to each carrier a permit in the 



form of a Decalcomania Vehicle Tag operated by 
that carrier; and 

Whereas, Each of the grants may be terminated 
by thirty days' notice by either party; and 

Whereas, It is to the advantage of the City of 
Chicago to continue this type of regulation with 
the mass transportation carriers and private car- 
ries for hire; 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Comptroller and the Com- 
missioner are authorized, upon approval by the 
Corporation Counsel as to form and legality, to 
enter into contracts for the use of the boulevards 
that were under the jurisdiction of the Chicago 
Park District prior to January 1, 1959 and are now 
under the jurisdiction of the City of Chicago, with 
the amount of surety bond to be deposited and at 
the rate per mile set opposite the respective names 
of the following carriers: 

Express Type Operator "Daily". 

Rate Per Mile 
Bas^e Outer Drive 
Name Bond Charge Premium 

American Bus Lines 1,000 .01 plus .01 
W. F. Aikman 
1341 P. St. 
Lincoln 8, Nebraska 

Burlington Division 1,000 .02 
W. F. Aikman 
1341 P. St. 
Lincoln 8, Nebraska 

Deluxe Trailways, Inc. 2,000 .01 plus .02 
C. J. Willenevue, Pres. 
23 W. 16th Street 
Chicago 16, Illinois 
Eastern Greyhound 

Lines 2,000 .01 plus .02 

J. P. Heffernan 
Greyhound Terminal 
Chicago, Illinois 

Great Lakes Greyhound 2,000 .01 plus .02 
J. P. Heffernan 
Greyhound Terminal 
Chicago, Illinois 

Indian Trails, Inc. 2,000 .01 plus .02 

Robert Reakes, Jr. 
109 E. Comstock St. 
Owosso, Michigan 

Indiana Motor Bus Co. 2,000 .01 plus .02 

Lowell E. Bordner 

Gen. Supt. 

716 S. Main Street 

South Bend 18, Indiana 

Indianapolis & 

Southeastern Trail- 
ways, Inc. 1,000 .01 plus .02 

B. D. Kramer 

23 W. 16th Street 

Chicago, Illinois 

Northland Greyhound 

Lines 2,000 .01 plus .02 

J. P. Heffernan 

Greyhound Terminal 

Chicago, Illinois 

Transcontinental Bus 

System, Inc. 2,000 .01 plus .02 

J. M. Chaney 

P. O. Box 730 

Wichita, Kansas 



December 7, 1959 



REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 



A. Semi— Local Type Service "Daily". 



2,000 



1,000 



2,000 



1,000 



Nume Bond 
American Coach Company, 
Inc. 

Frank E. McCreary, Pres. 
8444 Niles Center Road 
Skokie, Illinois 
Bluebird Coach Lines 
4752 S. Joliet Avenue 
Lyons, Illinois 
Chicago & Calumet Distr. 

Transit Company 
D. J. Giacoma 
4923 Columbia Avenue 
Hammond, Indiana 
Chicago Grayline, Inc. 
Larry Delp, Pres. 
10 N. LaSalle Street 
Chicago, Illinois 
Chicago Sightseeing Company, 

Inc. 

Donald Ferrone, Pres. 
520 S. Michigan Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Continental Air Transport 

Company 
C. N. Garrison 
Vice Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 
5511 S. Cicero Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Edgewater Beach Hotel 
E. J. Reynolds, Asst. Gen. Mgr. 
5349 N. Sheridan Road 
Chicago, Illinois 
South Suburban Safeway 

Lines, Inc. 
Paul O. Dittmar, Pres. 
209 E. 154th Street 
Harvey, Illinois 

United Motor Coach Company 2,000 
Leonard E. Manuel, Gen. Mgr. 
517 Laurel Avenue 
DesPlaines, Illinois 



Rate 
Per Mile 

2,000 .02 & .03 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



1,000 .01 & .02 



1,000 



2,000 



.02 



.02 



.02 & .03 



B. Semi— Local Type Service "Charter". 



Rate 
Per Mile 

.02 



Name ^ontZ 
A. B. C. Coach Lines, Inc. 1,000 
J. E. Wooding, Pres. 
116 W. Rudisill Blvd. 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Arlington Transportation 1,000 
Mr. Howard Harvel 
P. O. Box 373 
Arlington Heights, Illinois 

Badger Coaches, Inc. 1,000 
Heman E. Meier 
1313 Regent Street 
Madison, Wisconsin 
Barrington Transportation Co. 
507 Grove Avenue 
Barrington, Illinois 

Calumet School Bus Service 2,000 
George R. Gilmore, Jr. 
4515 Cleveland Street 
Gary, Indiana 

Central Swallow Lines, Inc. 25.00 .02 
724 Capital Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



25.00 



.02 

.02 

.02 
.02 



Name 

Central West Motor Stages, 

Inc. 2,000 
Richard Reznick, Pres. 
3451 W. Ogden Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Checkerway Charter Coach 

Co., Inc. 1,000 
R. L. Villenevue, Pres. 
5345 S. Cottage Grove Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Chicago Aurora & Elgin R. R. 

Company 1,000 
F. W. Flanagan 
400 W. Liberty 
Chgo., Milwaukee, St. Paul & 

Pacific Waived 
R. E. Plamer, Roadmaster 
2599 Avenue 
Courtesy Coach Company 1,000 
433 S. Sleight Street 
Naperville, Illinois 

Lyle Dehm 
Chatsworth, Illinois 

Dewees Bus Line 
Gelwein, Iowa 

DuPage Motor Coach Company 
546 Newton 
Glen EUyn, Illinois 

Eagle Bus Lines, Inc. 
Richard Reznick, Pres. 
3451 W. Ogden Avenue 
Chicago 23, Illinois 
Evanston Bus Company 
Grant Bergland, Vice Pres. 
1201 Central Street 
Evanston, Illinois 



1,000 



25.00 



25.00 



Gary Railways, Inc. 
Henry P. Bruner 
1085 Broadway 
Gary, Indiana 

Geisen Cab-Coach Co., Inc. 
A. J. Geisen 
1185 S. Wolf Road 
DesPlaines, Illinois 

Gerdes, William C, Jr. 
1024 Fourth Avenue 
Dixon, Illinois 
Glenview Bus Company 
Raymond J. Nehmzow 
953 Washington Street 
Glenview, Illinois 

Gold Star Line 
Raymond Warning 
Frankfort, Illinois 

Graff Bus Lines, Inc. 
Walter Graff 
920 Burris Avenue 
Lake Bulff, Illinois 

Green Bay Wausaw Lines, Inc. 1,000 
T. J. Manning 
725 Smith Street 
Green Bay, Wisconsin 



1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

25.00 
1,000 

1,000 
1,000 



1235 

Rate 
Per Mile 



.02 
.02 

.02 

None 

.02 

.02 
.02 
.02 

.02 
.02 

.02 

.02 

.02 
.02 

.02 
.02 

.02 



Hampton Bus Company 
H. J. Hampton 
2900 Madison Avenue 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 



1,000 



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December 7, 1959 



Name 



Bond 



Rate 
Per Mile 

.02 



Name 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



Harvel Motor Coach Company 1,000 
Howard Harvel 
P. O. Box 373 
Arlington Heights, Illinois 
Hines Coach Lines 1,000 
Claude G. Hines, Pres. 
311 W. Taylor Street 
Kokomo, Indiana 

Hodgman Bus Transportation 1,000 
Mr. R. H. Hodgman 
15516 Waverly Avenue 
Oak Forest, Illinois 

mini Swallow Lines 1,000 
T. D. Parkhill, Pres. 
118-120 S. Walnut 
Champaign, Illinois 

111. Highway Transportation 25.00 
910 S. Adams Street 
Peoria, Illinois 

Indianapolis-Vincennes Coach 

Company 1,000 
Elmer W. Wdel 
516 W. McCarty Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Janesville Charter Bus Co. 25.00 .02 

1322 St. Lawrence Avenue 
Janesville, Illinois 

Joliet Aurora Transit Lines, 

Inc. 1,000 
Lawrence L. Worland, Pres. 
135 Trask Street 
Aurora, Illinois 

Kankakee Motor Coach Co. 1,000 
Mose Arseneau, Pres. 
253 Schuyler Street 
P. O. Box 292 
Kankakee, Illinois 

Kickert's School Bus Lines 1,000 
Richard & Bessie Kickert 
203rd St. & Torrence Avenue 
RR #1 Chicago Heights, 111. 

LaForce Tours 25.00 
3449 N. Racine Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Lake and Bay View Bus Line 1,000 
Ernest B. Isaacson 
Sister Bay, Wisconsin 

Larson Bus Company 1,000 .02 

Verne & Edna Larson 
6745 Yale 
Chicago, Illinois 

Leyden Motor Coach Company 1,000 .02 

C. Norman Elsy, Pres. 
600 E. St. Charles Road 
Lombard, Illinois 

LaSalle Peru City Lines, Inc. 1,000 .02 

D. J. Giacoma, Pres. 
701 Putnam Street 
Peru, Illinois 

Long E. and Sons 50.00 .02 

Ernest, James & Gerry Long 
410 Oak 
DeKalb, Illinois 

Marerhofer Bros. Express 1,000 .02 
8253 Lincoln Avenue 
Skokie, Illinois 



Bond 



Rate 
Per Mile 

.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



,02 



National City Lines, Inc. 2,000 
Bill Abramic 
Prudential Plaza 
Chicago, Illinois 

North Shore Trans. Company 1,000 
5956 N. Leader Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

North Star Line, Inc. 1,000 
Jennie R. Post, Treas. 
341 Ellsworth Ave., S.W. 
Grand Rapids 3, Michigan 
Northwestern Garage 1,000 
Alan J. Dufield 
Rt. 176 nr. Rt. 14 
Crystal Lake, Illinois 
Nugent's American Contractors, 

Inc. 1,000 
W. J. Nugent, Pres. 
116 W. Kinzie Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

Peoples Rapid Transit Corp. 1,000 
Harry J. Bemis, Pres. 
235 Cooley Street 
Kalamazoo, Michigan 
Peoria Rockford Bus Company 1,000 
Harold D. Ashlock 
1034 Seminary Street 
Rockford, Illinois 

Peru Transit Lines, Inc. 25.00 
L. A. Smock 
51 East Canal Street 
Peru, Indiana 

Radio Flash Corp. 25.00 .02 

4747 N. Clark Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

Railroad Transfer Service, Inc. 2,000 
400 Kinzie Street, W. 
Chicago, Illinois 
A. Kazanow 



Ritzenthaler Bus Service 50.00 
Lloyd Ritzenthaler 
Prairie View, Illinois 
Safety Transportation Co., Inc. 2,000 
LeRoy McCreary 
1504 Madison Street 
Maywood, Illinois 
Sheridan-Indianapolis Bus 
Line, Inc. 



Scenic Stage Line 
M. O. Reed, Pres. 
Hanover, Illinois 
J. Horace Roberts 
P. O. Box 152 
Westfield, Indiana 
Sheridan Plaza Bus Lines 
John J. Apel, Pres. 
844 Agatite 
Chicago, Illinois 
Shoup Buses 
B. A. Shoup 
Middlebury, Indiana 

Simonize Company 
2100 Indiana Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

R. C. Smith Charter Bus 

Service 
508 N. Cherry Street 
Morrison, Illinois 



1,000 
1,000 



1,000 

1,000 
1,000 



.01 



.01 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.01 



.02 



.02 



.02 
.02 



25.00 



.02 



.02 



.02 



.02 



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Rate 

jSiavie Bond Per Mile 

Suburban Transit System, Inc. 1,000 .02 
J. Betinis 

5800 W. 95th Street 
Oak Lawn, Illinois 

Transit Service Co., Inc. 1,000 .02 

B. C. Hall 

724 N. Capitol Avenue 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Transitway Bus Company 50.00 .01 & .02 

6527 N. Maplewood 

Turner Coaches, Inc. 1,000 .02 

1188 LaFayette Avenue 
Terre Haute, Indiana 

Vander A. A. Bros. 1,000 .02 

170th and Terrence Avenue 
So. Holland, Illinois 

Victory Bus Lines Co., Inc. 25.00 .02 

233 Illinois Avenue 
Kankakee, Illinois 

Walgreen Company 25.00 .02 

4300 Peterson 
Chicago, Illinois 
Waukegan North Chgo. 

Transit Company 1,000 .U^ 

J. H. Clinch 
105 W. Madison Street 
Chicago 2, Illinois 

Western Motor Lines, Inc. 1,000 .02 

Frances Hall 

447 N. Ninth Street 

Terre Haute, Indiana 

West Towns Bus Company 1,000 .02 
Evan J. Mcllraith 
259 Lake Street 
Oak Park, Illinois 
Western Indiana Coach 

Company, Inc. 1.000 -U/ 

Raymond K. Turner 
11881/2 LaFayette Avenue 
Terre Haute, Indiana 

White Star Lines, Inc. 25.00 .02 

Martha H. Hall, Pres. 
208 East 2nd Street 
Madison, Indiana 
C. Semi— Local Type Service "School Bus". 

Rate 

Name Bond Per Mile 

Beher Day Nursery School 25.00 .02 

2100 E. 73rd Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

Board of Educ. Dist. 58 & 99 Waived None 

936 Warren Avenue 

Downers Grove, Illinois 

Brothers of the Christian _ 

Schools Waived None 

Chicago, IlUnois 

Chicago Gospel Mission Waived None 

1125 W. Madison Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

Chicago School Transit, Inc. 1,000 .02 

Joseph Cheeck 

7149 Exchange Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

Cornell Avenue Baptist _ 

Church Waived None 

Chicago, Illinois 

Crystal Lake Public Grade 

School Dstr. #47 Waived None 



Bond 
Waived 



Rate 
Per Mile 
None 



Waived 
1,000 



None 
.02 



Name 
DePaul Academy 
1010 Webster Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Glenwood School for Boys 
Harris Schools 
Ada Sitterly 
2700 Lakeview 
Chicago, Illinois 
Hebrew Parochial School 
1831 S. Millard Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Lake Forest Academy 
J. F. Fennelly, Pres. 
1500 W. Kennedy Road 
Lake Forest, Illinois 
Mennonite Biblical Seminary Waived 
4614 Woodlawn 
Chicago, Illinois 

Northtown School Bus Service 1,000 
6251 N. California Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
George Caris 

St. Patricks Academy for Girls Waived 
2300 Washington Blvd. 
Chicago, Illinois 

St. Scholastica School Waived 
7416 Ridge Avenue 
Chicago, IlUnois 

St. Xavier Academy Waived 
4928 S. Cottage Grove Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

So. Side Jewish Day School Waived 
5335 S. Greenwood Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Waukegan Township , 

Secondary Schools Waived 
1011 Washington Street 
Waukegan, Illinois 

Wheaton College Waived 
501 E. Seminary 
Wheaton, Illinois 

Willett Motor Coach Company 1,000 
H. L. Willett, Sr., Pres. 
700 S. Desplaines Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

Winnetka Public Schools Waived 
520 Glendale Avenue 
Winnetka, Illinois 

D. Semi— Local Type Service "Day Camp". 

Blackhawk Clubs & Day 

Camps I'OOO 
Victor & Irene Soderstrom 
5812 N. Magnolia Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Phil Bronston Summer $2.00 

5712 Christiana Avenue operation per vehicle 
Chicago, Illinois 

DeComa Day Camp 25.00 .02 

Eugene Deutsch 

6312 N. Hamlin Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

Donlan's Day Camp Summer $2.00 

5123 W. Washington Blvd. operation per vehicle 
Chicago, Illinois 

Green Valley Day Camp Summer $2.00 
8054 S. Oglesby Avenue operation per vehicle 
Chicago, Illinois 



Waived None 



Waived None 



None 



.02 



None 



None 



None 



None 



None 



None 



.02 



None 



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Name 



Bond 



Rate 
Per Mile 



Rate 
Per Mile 



lUini Sports Camp for Boys Summer $2.00 



9644 S. Crandon 
Chicago, Illinois 
Jolly Day Camp 
7701 S. Essex 
Chicago, Illinois 
King Cole Nursery School 
9733 S. W. Highway 
Oak Lawn, Illinois 
Lake Shore Day Camp 
5351 N. Natchez Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Loyola Play Club, Inc. 
6257 N. Wayne Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Mr. K. W. Wiltgen, Pres. 
Pioneer Day Camp 
Messrs. D. M. Rosen & 
Leonard Sulkin 
5044 N. Kimball Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Play Clubs of South Shore, 
Inc. 

7710 S. Colfax Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Playmor Day Camp 
7034 S. Clyde Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Playright Day Camp, Inc. 
1435 N. Luna Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Redwing Summer Day Camp 
Mr. Wm. O. Kinckley 
9843 Kedvale Avenue 
Skokie, Illinois 

Charlotte & Harry Robins 
3352 Bryn Mawr Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Roundup Day Camp 
Dan Muller 

4853 N. Lawndale Avenue 
Chicago 25, Illinois 

Seminole Day Camp 
Normal Silber 
2816 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Shamrock Play Club 
7239 Lill 
Niles, Illinois 

Shoreland Play Club 
Mr. Louis Wasserman 
6803 S. Clyde 
Chicago, Illinois 

South Shore Day Camp 
Mr. D. Meyer 
9610 Luella 
Chicago, Illinois 

So. Side Day Camp for Boys 

and Girls Summer $2.00 

Mr. Alexander Swee, Director operation per vehicle 
8105 S. Yates 
Chicago 17, Illinois 



operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



1,000 



.02 



Summer $2.00 

operation per vehicle 

Summer $2.00 

operation per vehicle 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Sunrise Day Camp 
Mr. Jack Kahn 
6250 N. Oakley Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Summer $2.00 
operation per vehicle 



Name Bond 
Sunny Play Camp 
Mr. Borris Duskin, Director 
6856 Cornell Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Surefun Day Camp 
1715 W. Wallen Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 
Travelaire Day Camp 1,000 .02 

Nathan S. Greenberg 
2359 N. Rutherford 
Chicago, Illinois 

Zarvis Day Camp Summer $2.00 

5702 S. Blackstone Avenue operation per vehicle 
Chicago, Illinois 



E. Private Carriers for Hire — Armored 
Car Operators. 

2,000 



.03 



Armored Carrier Corp. 
Robert Hansen 
5801 Glenwood Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Armored Express Corp. 2,000 .03 

Joseph B. Swan, Pres. 
127 W. Huron Street 
Chicago, Illinois 

Brinks, Inc. 3,000 .03 

Wm. Harvey, Jr. Chgo. Br. 
234 E. 24th Street 
Chicago 16, Illinois 

Midwest Armored Express, Inc. 2,000 .03 

Jerry Stergies 

4658 S. Kedzie Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

Thillens, Inc. 2,000 .03 

Melvin Thillen 

2351 W. Devon Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 

Any other public carriers or 

private carriers for hire 

operating on the boulevards 2,000 .03 
which contracts shall be substantially in the fol- 
lowing form: 

"Section 1. 

A. Definitions. Certain words and phrases 
used in this ordinance are defined as follows: 

"boulevards" is defined to mean and include 
highways, roadways, driveways, parkways, 
concourses, boulevards, bridges, viaducts, tun- 
nels or other property over which the City 
has acquired jurisdiction and control from the 
Chicago Park District on January 1, 1959; 

"company" is defined to be the grantee here- 
in, , a corporation; 

"revenue bus mile" is defined to mean the 
operation of a mass transportation carrier of 
the type designated in Section 2 of this ordi- 
nance for one mile over any of the boulevards 
authorized or which may hereafter be author- 
ized for operation by the company, whether 
said mass transportation carrier is carrying 
passengers or is empty, so long as it is actu- 
ally engaged in the transportation and ac- 
commodation of passengers for hire; 

"mass transportation carrier of the through 
traffic type" is defined to be a vehicle which 
is designed and used for the carrying of more 
than seven persons, except taxicabs, and 
which makes stops only at designated express 



December 7, 1959 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 

„ points and terminals (he— r shall he^a.en ^and construed to Include 

ffoTSe" '° section 2. oL* o/ a„*.oW*., Subject, to 

tion carriei ; , . ■ ail the terms provisions, conditions, require- 

"mass transportation carrier of the semi- ^ restrictions and limitations in this ordi- 

local type" is defined to be a vehicle which ^a^ce set forth, and in consideration of the ac- 

is designed and used for the carrying of more ^eptajice of this ordinance by the company, con- 

than seven passengers except taxicabs and ^n permission and authority are hereby 

which for portions of the route travelled op- sent^ p company to maintain and oper- 

erates as a mass transportation carrier of the ffg mass transportation carriers of the 

through traffic type and for Portions of the ate "^^^^^ f ^JJ^P ^^^t, ,^rrier for hire of the 

route travelled operates as a mass transporta- accommodation and 

tion carrier that makes designated local stops transportation ' of passengers for hire in, upon, 

(hereinafter sometimes referred to as mass ^^oSg and across certain boulevards under the 

transportation carrier ) ; control of the City, namely : 

"mass transportation carrier of the station boulevards under the control and juris- 

wagon type" is defined to be a vehicle with Son of the City that the Commissioner 

steel, wood, partly wood or imitation wood S prior to operations approve, 

vir^/ii/ with three or four transverse seats ae- snau pnui ^ f , 

f^Ulnci used foJ the carrying of more than ai) to the extent necessary for the com- 

fven personffherein^^^^ pany's regular transportation schedule and to 

to as ''mass transportation carrier" ) ; [he extent necessary for chartered services. 

" mass transportation carriers of the school section 3. Term of grant The rights priy- 
busTvpe" is defined to be a mass transporta- ^eges, consent and authority granted by this 
Sin carrier of the semi-local type used ex- ordinance shall be held and enjoyed by the com- 
cS^ively by students and their teachers for commencing on the 1st day of January 
JransportaUon to and from school (hereinafter ^95^, ^nd continuing thereaf er un U terrn nated 
sometimes referred to as "mass transporta- ^s herein provided. The City hereby reserves 
tion caTrTer") • the right to give the company at any time a no- 
tion carrier ; , , . „ . , . y,^ [ice in writing, that the rights and privileges 
"private carrier for hire" is defined to be wi^ Janted shall terminate at a time speci- 
a vehicle which is designed and used for the herein notice, in which event such rights 
carrying of more than seven persons, except fied ^am , ^ ^^^^^ terminate 
taxicabs, and which carries passengers by ^u^oSrat the 

contract from one location to another. after service of such notice, whichever shall be 

"regular scheduled route" is defined to mean j^^^ggt of said times. In the event that the 

and include the route established pursuant to company shall desire to cease operating its mass 

the provisions of Section 2 of this ordinance. transportation carriers upon the boulevards ot 

"chartered route" is defined to mean and in- ^^^..^^^^LTt^rhau'^iv^'^^^^^^^ cTy^ Mr todays' 

elude the transportation of passengers for ^y,^^r S' writfng oflts election so to do, and 

hire other than on the regular scheduled • ^^^i^/' 1,"^ ^[^f privileges herein 

route. ^ granted to the company shall terminate at the 

The words "notice", "order" or direc- ^.^^ specified in the notice. 

tion" whenever used in t^s ordmance sha aompensation. The consent, per- 

rc-r/a'^^Kw^^'^' L-bfesr?bf rl-fi S'!::!!"';-: 

( ) per revenue bus mile or any frac- 

tion "thereof, provided, however, that m the 

event the grant of authority contained m bee- 
Delivery or mailing of such notice, order ^.^^ 2 hereof is to operate mass transportation 
or direction as and when above provided ^^^^-^^^ or private carriers for hire ^nd the 
shall be equivalent to personal notice, order company operates such ^^ss transportation 
or direction and shall be deemed to have ^^^^^^^s or private carriers ^ o'^. a,^P°^' 
been given at the time of delivery or mail- ^^^oss or over Lake Shore Drive West or Lake 
ing Shore Drive (excepting local traffic lanes ot 

B. Designating terms. Certain terms used in tne's ""arl'wSt^V^^^^^ 

this ordinance have the following designations. J^ere^f lyi^^b'tween Ohio Street and E 

"city" designates the City of Chicago; ^^^^^^ Boulevard), other than to the extent 

^^g^- . fraction thereof for such operation. Such com- 

"comptroller" designates the Comptroller of p^nsation shall be paid on or before the 15th 

the City of Chicago. ^^y of each month for the period of the precea- 

C Interpretation. Each of the terms above ing month to the Comptroller, 

defined or designated and the words contained reports. The com- 

Sr^n's! ttf ^?Se^ttrof re tSettt paf/shan maintain true and correct books, rec- 



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December 7, 1959 



ords and accounts in a form and manner satis- 
factory to the Comptroller of the City. Such 
records shall set forth the revenue bus miles 
operated on such routes lying within the City. 
Any false entry in the books, records and ac- 
counts of the company, or false statement in 
the reports to the City as to a material fact 
made by the company shall constitute such a 
violation or breach or failure to comply with 
the provisions herein contained as to warrant 
a forfeiture or revocation of the permission and 
authority herein granted. 

On or before the 15th day of each month the 
company shall make a report of the number of 
revenue bus miles operated by the company 
during each day of the preceding month, togeth- 
er with remittance therefor, which report is sub- 
ject to verification and check by the Commis- 
sioner. In the event the Commissioner is unable 
to verify said report, the Comptroller of the 
City may make reasonable inspection of the 
books, records and accounts of the company for 
the purpose of determining the number of rev- 
enue bus miles operated by the company. 

The monthly payments herein specified shall 
continue throughout the entire term of this or- 
dinance, notwithstanding any clause in any 
statute or in the charter of any other company 
providing for payment for similar rights or 
privileges at a different rate. 

Section 6. Non-exclusive grant. Nothing in 
this ordinance shall be deemed to affect in any 
way the rights of the City to grant to any indi- 
vidual or corporation a similar right or priv- 
ilege upon the same or other terms and condi- 
tions over said boulevards. 

Section 7. Supervision of operations. Noth- 
ing herein contained shall be construded as per- 
mitting the company to erect any structures 
whatever upon said boulevards and the -com- 
pany shall not construct or maintain any fixture 
or structure in such boulevards unless author- 
ized by ordinance adopted by the City. 

The company, in advance of operation, shall 
submit to the Commissioner of the City for his 
approval schedules of its routes including regu- 
lar scheduled and chartered routes and the times 
and periods of operation on such routes. If any 
change shall be made either in the route, the 
time, or the period of operation on such route, 
the company shall immediately submit same to 
said Commissioner for his approval. The com- 
pany shall not commence operation until such 
approval shall be first had and obtained. 

Section 8. Assignment, sublease or consoli- 
dation. The rights and privileges hereby grant- 
ed shall not be assigned, either in whole or in 
part, or leased or sublet in any manner, nor 
shall title thereto, or right, interest or property 
therein, pass to or vest in any other person or 
corporation whatsoever either by the act of the 
company or by operation of law, whether under 
the provisions of the statutes relating to the 
consolidation or merger of corporations or 
otherwise, without the consent of the City evi- 
denced by an instrument under seal, anything 
herein contained to the contrary thereof in any- 
wise notwithstanding, and the granting, giving 
or waiving of any one or more of such consents 
shall not render unnecessary any subsequent 
consent or consents. All assignments, leases or 
subleases of the rights or privileges herein 



granted, or of any part thereof, or of any of the 
routes mentioned herein, or of any part thereof 
and to which the consent and approval of the 
City shall be obtained shall not be valid or ef- 
fectual for any purposes unless the said assign- 
ments, leases or subleases shall contain a cov- 
enant on the part of the assignee or lessee that 
the same are subject to all the terms and con- 
ditions of this ordinance, that the assignee or 
lessee assumes and will be bound by all of said 
terms and conditions, including said terms and 
conditions as to payment, anything in any stat- 
ute or in the charter of such assignee or lessee 
to the contrary notwithstanding, that the said 
assignee or lessee waives any more favorable 
conditions created by such statute or its char- 
ter, and that it will not claim by reason thereof, 
or otherwise, exemption from liability to per- 
form each and all of the terms and conditions 
of this ordinance. 

Section 9. General police regulations. The 
company agrees that it will comply with all reg- 
ulations which the City shall now or hereafter 
lawfully prescribe by general ordinance with re- 
spect to the use of the boulevards now or here- 
after under the control of the City or by gen- 
eral ordinances designed for the promotion of 
the health and comfort of the public and the 
protection of persons and property. 

All mass transportation carriers and private 
carriers for hire operated under the permission 
hereby granted shall be operated only by per- 
sons who comply with the laws of the state of 
Illinois and such city ordinances now or here- 
after in force with reference to chauffeurs' or 
drivers' licenses or the like which may be applic- 
able to those persons operating mass transpor- 
tation carriers and private carriers for hire un- 
der the provisions of this ordinance. 

Nothing in this ordinance contained shall be 
construed as depriving the City of the right of 
exercising any police power which it would have 
possessed or enjoyed had this ordinance not 
been granted. The enumeration herein of spe- 
cial requirements and specific regulations shall 
not be taken or held to imply the relinquishment 
by the City of its power to make other regula- 
tions or requirements, and the City hereby re- 
serves the right to make all other regulations 
which may be necessary to secure in the most 
ample manner the safety, welfare and accom- 
modation of the public. 

Section 10. Vehicular advertisement. The 
company shall be permitted commercial adver- 
tising on the outside of any mass transportation 
carrier and private carrier for hire provided it 
shall pay to City five per cent (5%) of the 
gross receipts from such advertising. 

Section 11. Detour operations. It is under- 
stood that the company shall operate pursuant 
to this ordinance only on the routes herein au- 
thorized, provided, however, that if the City 
shall temporarily divert vehicular traffic from 
any portion of said boulevards because of fires, 
parades or any other event or cause, then the 
company shall comply with such regulation as 
may be issued regarding said traffic diversions 
and shall accept such temporary change in traf- 
fic routes as may be prescribed by said Com- 
missioner. The City shall not be required to no- 
tify the company of such temporary changes 
in routing but in such event it shall be the duty 



December 7, 1959 



REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 



1241 



of the company to communicate with said Com- 
missioner and ascertain the changes so made. 

Section 12. Assumption of liahility. The 
company shall assume all liability for damages 
to persons or property occasioned by reason ot 
the operation of the mass transportation car- 
riers and private carriers for hire on the routes 
authorized by this ordinance, and the City shall 
assume no liability whatsoever to either per- 
sons or property on account of the same, ihe 
company shall indemnify and save harmless the 
City against all liabilities, judgments, costs, 
damages, and expense, including reasonable at- 
torneys' fees and court costs which may m any- 
wise come against or be incurred by said City 
in consequence of the passage of this ordinance 
and the operation of said mass transportation 
carriers under the permission hereby granted 
or which may accrue against, be charged to or 
recovered from said City from or by reason or 
on account of the passage of this ordmance or 
from or by reason or on account of any act or 
omission of the company in connection with 
the subject matter of this ordinance whether the 
same be due to the negligence of the company, 
the City or any other cause. 

Section 13. Bond. The permission and au- 
thority granted in this ordinance are upon the 
express condition that the company, withm thir- 
ty days after the acceptance of this ordinance 
by the company, and before anything is done 
in the exercise of the rights conferred hereby, 
shall deposit and thereafter keep continuously 
on deposit with the City the sum of One Thou- 
sand Dollars ($1,000.00) either in money, se- 
curities, or a surety bond to be approved by the 
Comptroller, which fund shall be security for 
the performance by the company of all ot the 
terms and conditions of this ordinance, and com- 
pliance with all orders of the City, or its duly 
authorized representatives acting under the 
powers herein reserved, includmg those which 
relate to the payment of the fo^thly charges 
for the permission hereby granted and the pay- 
ment of any damage incurred by ^^J^^^^ ,^1.^^,;" 
consequence hereof; and m case of default m the 
performance by the company of^su^lV^'Tv-rnr 
conditions or in compliance with such orders or 
e°ther or any of them, the City shall have the 
right to take such steps as may be necessary 
to remedy the default if it is practicable for the 
City to remedy it, and the City ^ay defray the 
costs thereof out of the said fund without legal 
proceedings; or after default in the Payment of 
the monthly charges, the City may collect the 
same with interest at the legal rate from said 
fund after ten days' notice m writing to the 
company. 

These provisions are in addition to the right 
to forfeit and revoke the permission and au- 
thority granted in this ordinance conferred by 
Section 2 hereof and are accumulative and ad- 
ditional to all other remedies of the City. 

Section 14 Acceptance and effective date. 
This ordinance shall be in force and take effect 
from and after its passage and its acceptance 
by the company under its corporate seal, if the 
company be a corporation. 

The company shall accept this ordinance by 
written instrument under seal withm sixty days 
from the date of its passage and pay City the 
aZunt due from January 1, 1959 m accordance 
with the terms hereof. In the event, withm sixty 



days therefrom, the company has not accepted 
the ordinance as so prescribed, such failure to 
act shall be deemed to be a refusal to accept 
said ordinance." 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect up- 
on its passage. 

Action Deferred^oN Proposed Resolution for 
Adoption of Classification and Compensa- 
tion Plan for City Employees 
Effective Jan. 1, 1960. 

The Committee on Finance submitted the following 
Chicago, December 4, 1959 
To the President and Members of the City Council: 
Your Committee on Finance, which has given 
consideration to a proposed resolution for adoption 
bv the City Council of a Classification and Com- 
pensation Plan for City Employees, which was 
transmitted to the committee with a communica- 
tLrf^om Honorable Richard J. Daley, Mayor, on 
December 3. 1959, begs leave to report and recom- 
mend that Your Honorable Body adopt the proposed 
resolution as transmitted herewith. 

[Proposed resolution printed in Committee 
Pamphlet No. 3.] 
This recommendation was concurred in by 31 
members of the committee, with no dissenting vote. 
Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Thomas E. Keane, 

Chairman. 

Alderman Keane moved to concur in the committee's 
recommendation and pass the proposed resolution 
transmitted with the foregoing committee report. 

Request being made by two aldermen present (Al- 
derman Despres and Alderman Hoellen) to defer 
consideration of said report for final action thereon 
to the next regular meeting, consideration thereot 
was so Deferred. 

Failed to Pass— Miscellaneous Proposed Orders 
(Adverse Recommendation hy Committee) . 

The Committee on Finance submitted two reports 
recommending that the City Council DO NOT PASS 
two proposed orders transmitted with the commit- 
tee's reports. 

Alderman Keane moved to concur in the commit- 
tee's recommendations. The Chair thereupon stated 
the pending question in each case to be: Shall the 
proposed order pass, the recommendation of the com- 
mittee to the contrary notwithstanding f ; and the 
several questions being put, each of the said proposed 
orders FAILED TO PASS, by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: Yeas— None; Nays— 4.8. 

The following is a summary of the proposed orders 
which failed to pass (which were referred to the 
committee on the respective dates in parentheses) . 

(October 14, 1959) Proposed order for construc- 
tion of a catchbasin at No. 7420 W. Everell Avenue; 

(April 22, 1959) Proposed order for a survey 
looking to installations of mercury-vapor street 
lights throughout the 44th Ward. 



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December 7, 1959 



COMMITTEE ON LOCAL TRANSPORTATION. 



Action Deferred — on Proposed Ordinance to Au- 
thorize Execution of Agreement with Conti- 
nental Air Transport Company, Inc. for 
Ground Transportation Service be- 
tween Chicago's Airports and 
Central Business District. 

The Committee on Local Transportation submitted 
the following report, which was, on motion of Alder- 
man Sheridan, Deferred and ordered published : 

Chicago, December 4, 1959. 

To the President and Members of the City Council: 

Your Committee on Local Transportation, ta 
which were referred, respectively, on October 22, 
1958 and on November 4, 1959, an application and 
an amended appUcation of the Keeshin Air Trans- 
port Service, Inc. for authority to render ground 
transportation for airline passengers between Chi- 
cago's airports and the "Loop" District, and to 
which were submitted, respectively, under dates of 



January 14, 1959 and October 23, 1959, an applica- 
tion and an amended application of the Continental 
Air Transport Company, Inc. for authority to 
render ground transportation service for airline 
passengers between Chicago's airports and the 
"Loop" District, begs leave to recommend that 
Your Honorable Body do pass the proposed ordi- 
nance transmitted herewith to authorize execution 
of an agreement between the City of Chicago and 
the Continental Air Transport Company, Inc to 
cover ground transportation by buses and limou- 
sines to and from the Chicago Midway Airport and 
the Chicago-O'Hare International Airport and the 
'Loop" and between said airports. 

[Proposed ordinance printed in Committee 
Pamphlet No, 3.] 
This recommendation was concurred in by 12 
members of the committee, with no dissenting vote. 
Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Paul M. Sheridan, 
Chairman. 



COMMITTEE ON PLANNING AND HOUSING. 



Approval Given to Appointment of John L. McCaffrey 
as Member and Vice-Chairman of Chicago 
Plan Commission. 

The Committee on Planning and Housing submitted 
the following report : 

Chicago, December 3, 1959. 

To the President and Members of the City Council: 

Your Committee on Planning and Housing, to 
which was referred (on November 18, 1959) a 
communication from Honorable Richard J. Daley, 
Mayor, appointing Mr. John L. McCaffrey as a mem- 
ber and Vice-Chairman of the Chicago Plan Com- 
mission for the term ending January 25, 1962, begs 
leave to recommend that Your Honorable Body do 
approve the said appointment of Mr. McCaffrey. 

This recommendation was concurred in by 7 mem- 



bers of the committee, with no dissenting vote. 
Respectfully submitted, 
(Signed) Arthur V. Zelezinski, 

Chairman. 

On motion of Alderman Zelezinski the committee's 
recommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
appointment was approved, by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, MarzuUo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. P. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, CuUerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — ^None. 



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COMMITTEE ON TRAFFIC AND PUBLIC SAFETY. 



Movements of Vehicular Traffic Restricted to Single 
Directions on Portions of N. Austin Av. and South 
Service Drive of Northwest Expressway. 

The Committee on Traffic and Public Safety sub- 
mitted the following report : 

Chicago^ December 7, 1959. 

To the President and Members of the City Council: 

Your Committee on Traffic and Public Safety, 
having had under consideration a communication 
signed by Mr. Lloyd M. Johnson, Commissioner, 
Department of Streets and Sanitation, dated De- 
cember 4, 1959, advising that they have been in- 
formed by the Cook County Department of High- 
ways that the portion of the Northwest Expressway 
between O'Hare Field and W. Foster Avenue will be 
open to traffic on December 15, 1959, and request- 
ing the passage of an ordinance, to be in effect until 
the Expressway is extended southeastward from 
the Foster-Austin Area, to designate N. Austin 
Avenue between the South Service Drive of the 
Northwest Expressway and W. Berwyn Avenue as a 
one-way street in a southerly direction, and to 
designate the South Service Drive of the Northwest 
Expressway from the alley west of N. Austin Ave- 
nue to N. Austin Avenue as a one-way street in a 
southeasterly direction, begs leave to recommend 
that Your Honorable Body do pass the proposed 
ordinance transmitted herewith. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Daniel J. Ronan, 

Chairman. 

On motion of Alderman Ronan the committee's 



recommendation was concurred in and the proposed 
ordinance recommended in the foregoing committee 
report was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

ye(js_Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said ordinance as passed: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 27-403 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the operator of a ve- 
hicle shall operate such vehicle only in the direction 
specified below on the public ways between the 
limits indicated: 

Public Way Limits and Direction 

N. Austin Avenue Between south service drive of 
the Northwest Expressway 
and W. Berwyn Avenue — 
southerly 

Northwest Ex- From the alley west of N. 

pressway (south Austin Avenue to N. Austin 
service drive) Avenue — southeasterly. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publica- 
tion. 



MATTERS PRESENTED BY THE ALDERMEN 

(Presented by Wards, in Order, Beginning with the First Ward). 

Arranged under the following subheadings: 

1. Traffic Regulations, Traffic Signs and Traffic-Control Devices. 

2. Zoning Ordinance Amendments. 

3. Claims. 

4. Unclassified Matters (arranged in order according to Ward numbers). 



Proposed ordinances, orders and resolutions, described below, were presented by the aldermen named,, 
as noted. Except where otherwise noted or indicated hereinbelow, unanimous consent was given to permit 
action by the City Council on each of said proposed ordinances, orders and resolutions without previous 
committee consideration, in accordance with the provisions of Council Rule ^5. 



1. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS, TRAFFIC SIGNS AND TRAFFIC-CONTROL DEVICES. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinance for Establishment 
OF Parking-Meter Zones on Portion of 
N. Kenmore Av. 

Alderman Hirsh (48th Ward) presented a proposed 



ordinance for installations of parking meters on both 
sides of N. Kenmore Avenue between W. Wilson Av- 
enue and the alley north thereof ; which was Referred 
to the Committee on Traffic and Public Safety. 



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December 7, 1959 



Referred — Proposed Order for Survey for Estab- 
lishment OF Off-Street Parking Facilities at 
E. 106th St. and S. Ewing Av. 

Alderman Pacini (10th Ward) presented a proposed 
order for a survey to be made with a view to the es- 
tablishment of off-street parking facilities in the 
vicinity of E. 106th Street and S. Ewing Avenue; 
which was Referred to the Committee on Traffic and 
Public Safety. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Prohibit at All 
Times Parking of Vehicles at Specified 
Locations. 

The aldermen named below presented proposed ordi- 
nances to prohibit at all times the parking of vehicles 
at the locations designated, for the distances specified, 
which were Referred to the Committee on Traffic and 
Public Safety, as follows : 



Alderman 
Condon 

(8th Ward) 



Lupo 

(9th Ward) 



Nowakowski 
(11th Ward) 



Sulski 

(32nd Ward) 



Laskowski 
(35th Ward) 



Hirsh 

(48th Ward) 



Location and Distance 

E. 87th Street (north side) be- 
tween S. Avalon Avenue and 
the Illinois Central Railroad 
right of way west thereof 

S. Lowe Avenue (west side) 
alongside No. 640 W. 118th 
Street— 75 feet ( St. Catherine 
of Genoa Church) 

E. 108th Street (south side) be- 
tween S. Michigan and S. 
Wabash Avenues 

W. 31st Place (north side) be- 
tween S. Racine Avenue and 
the alley west thereof (Holy 
Cross Church) 

N. Holly Avenue between the 
west line of driveway adjoin- 
ing No. 2076 N. Elston Ave- 
nue and the east line of N. 
Holly Avenue 

W. Fullerton Avenue, at No. 4210 
(at driveway) 

W. Wellington Avenue (north 
side ) between N. Knox Avenue 
and the first alley west thereof 

N. Maiden Avenue, at No. 4542 
( at driveway ) . 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Prohibit Park- 
ing of Vehicles during Specified Hours 
AT Specified Locations. 

The aldermen named below presented proposed or- 
dinances to prohibit the parking of vehicles, during 
the hours designated, at the locations specified, which 
were Referred to the Committee on Traffic and Public 
Safety, as follows : 

Alderman Location, Distance and Timg 

Lupo S. Lowe Avenue (west side) be- 

(9th Ward) tween W. 117th Place and the 

south building line of No. 
11756 S. Lowe Avenue— 8:00 
A.M. to 4:30 P.M. (except on 
Saturdays, Sundays and holi- 
days) (St. Catherine of Genoa 
School) 



Alderman 

[Lupo 

(9th Ward)] 



Nowakowski 
(11th Ward) 



Krska 

(15th Ward) 



Bell 

(41st Ward) 



Location, Distance and Time 

W. 117th Place (south side) be- 
tween S. Lowe Avenue and the 
alley west thereof — 8:00 A.M. 
to 4:30 P.M. (except on Satur- 
days, Sundays and holidays) 
(St. Catherine of Genoa School) 

S. Marshfield Avenue, at No. 
3662—7:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. 

S. Paulina Street, at No. 3700— 
7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 

W. 61st Street between S. West- 
ern and S. Campbell Avenues 
—7:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and 
4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. (except 
on Sundays and holidays) 

W. Balmoral Avenue between N. 
Forest Glen and N. Lawler 
Avenues— 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 
A.M. (except on Saturdays, 
Sundays and holidays) 

W. Berwyn Avenue between N. 
Forest Glen and N. Lawler 
Avenues— 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 
A.M. (except on Saturdays, 
Sundays and holidays) 

W. Catalpa Avenue between N. 
Forest Glen and N. Lawler 
Avenues— 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 
A.M. (except on Saturdays, 
Sundays and holidays). 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Limit at All 
Times Parking of Vehicles at Specified 
Locations. 

The aldermen named below presented proposed or- 
dinances to limit at all times the parking of vehicles 
at the locations designated, to the periods specified, 
which were Referred to the Committee on Traffic and 
Public Safety, as follows: 



Alderm.an 

Brandt 

(33rd Ward) 

Laskowski 
(35th Ward) 



Corcoran 

(37th Ward) 



Location, Distance and Time 

W. Fullerton Avenue, at Nos. 
2804-2808— one hour 

W. Fullerton Avenue, at Nos. 
4942-4950— one hour 

W. Schubert Avenue, at No. 
3940 — one hour 

W. Lake Street (north of the 
railroad right of way) between 
N. Pine and N. Central Ave- 
nues — two hours. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Establish 
Loading Zones at Sundry Locations. 

The aldermen named below presented proposed or- 
dinances to establish loading zones at the locations 
designated, for the distances specified, and for lim- 
ited periods where so indicated, which were Referred 



December 7, 1959 



NEW BUSINESS PRESENTED BY ALDERMEN 



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to the Committee lOn Traffic and Public Safety, as 
follows : 



Alderman 

Crowe 

(42nd Ward) 



Bauler (for 
Weber, 45th 
Ward) 



Location, Distance and Time 

N. Rush Street, at No. 808— 
9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (ex- 
cept on Saturdays, Sundays 
and holidays) 

W. Addison Street, alongside No. 
2001—40 feet— 8:00 A.M. to 
6:00 P.M. (except on Sundays 
and holidays). 



movement of vehicular traffic to a northerly direction 
on S. Lorel Avenue between W. 55th and W. 54th 
Streets; which was Referred to the Committee on 
Traffic and Public Safety. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinance to Discontinue 
Loading Zone on Portion of 
w. fullerton av. 

Alderman Brandt (33rd Ward) presented a pro- 
posed ordinance to discontinue the loading zone on 
the north side of W. Fullerton Avenue between a point 
45 feet west of N. California Avenue and a point 45 
feet west thereof ; which was Referred to the Commit- 
tee on Traffic and Public Safety. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Restrict Move- 
ments OF Vehicular Traffic to Single Directions 
on Specified Streets. 

Alderman Egan (13th Ward) and Alderman Krska 
(15th Ward) jointly presented six proposed ordinances 
to restrict the movements of vehicular traffic to single 
directions on sundry streets, as follows : 

S. Fairfield Avenue and S. Talman Avenue between 
W. 63rd Street and W. Marquette Road — north- 
erly 

S. Rockwell Street and S. Washtenaw Avenue be- 
tween E. 63rd Street and W. Marquette Road- 
southerly 

W. 65th Street between S. California and S. West- 
ern Avenues — westerly 
W. 66th Street between S. California and S. West- 
ern Avenues — easterly; 
which were Referred to the Committee on Traffic and 
Public Safety. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinance to Discontinue Re- 
striction of Movement of Vehicular Traffic 
TO Northerly Direction on Portion of 
S. Lorel Av. 

Alderman Tourek (23rd Ward) presented a pro- 
posed ordinance to discontinue the restriction of the 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Fix Weight Limit 
OF Five Tons for Vehicles on Specified Streets 
in 17th Ward. 

Alderman Slight (17th Ward) presented thirty- 
two proposed ordinances to fix a weight limit of five 
tons for trucks and commercial vehicles on portions 
of the following streets in the 17th ward, which were 
Referred to the Committee on Traffic and Public 
Safety, as follows : 

S. Eggleston Avenue, S. Parnell Avenue and S. 
Wallace Street between W. 71st and W. 72nd 
Streets ; 

S Harvard Avenue and S. Lafayette Avenue be- 
tween W. 71st and W. 77th Streets; 

S. Emerald Avenue, S. Lowe Avenue, S. Perry Ave- 
nue and S. Union Avenue between W. 71st and 
W. 79th Streets; 

S Parnell Avenue and S. Wentworth Avenue be- 
tween W. 74th and W. 76th Streets; 

S. Eggleston Avenue and S. Wallace Street between 
W. 75th and W. 79th Streets; 

W. 73rd Street and W. 74th Street between S. 
Eggleston Avenue and S. State Street; 

W. 73rd Street and W. 77th Street between S. 
Halsted and S. Wallace Streets; 

W. 77th Place, W. 78th Street and W. 78th Place , 
between S. Perry Avenue and S. State Street; 

S. Fielding Avenue between W. 77th and W. 79th 
Streets ; 

S. Normal Avenue between W. 74th and W. 79th 
Streets ; 

S. Princeton Avenue between W. 71st and W. 75th 
Streets ; 

S. Stewart Avenue between W. 71st Street and S. 

Vincennes Avenue; 
W. Winneconna Parkway between S. Fielding and 

S. Stewart Avenues; 

S. Yale Avenue between W. 71st and W. 74th 
Streets and between W. 75th and W. 76th Streets ; 

W. 72nd Street between S. Halsted and S. State 
Streets ; 

W. 75th Street between S. Wallace Street and S. 
Eggleston Avenue ; 

W. 77th Street between S. Fielding Avenue and S. 
State Street; 

W. 78th Street between S. Halsted Street and S. 
Normal Avenue and between S. Stewart and S. 
Vincennes Avenues. 



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December 7, 1959 



2. ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS. 



Referred — Proposed Ordinances to Reclassify 
Particular Areas. 

Proposed ordinances for amendment of the Chicago 
Zoning Ordinance, for the purpose of reclassifying 
particular areas, were presented by the aldermen 
named below, respectively, and were Referred to the 
Committee on Buildings and Zoning, as follows: 

By Alderman Nowakowski (11th Ward) : 

To classify as an M3-5 Heavy Manufacturing Dis- 
trict instead of an M3-4 Heavy Manufacturing 
District the area shown on Map No. 8-G bounded 
by 

W. 35th Street; S. Morgan Street; W. 36th 
Street (private street) ; and S. Racine Avenue. 

By Alderman Murray (18th Ward) : 

To classify as a B4-2 Restricted Service District 
instead of an R3 General Residence District and 



a B4-1 Restricted Service District the area shown 
on Map No. 18-1 bounded by 

the north-south public alley first west of S. 
Western Avenue; the east-west public alley 
first north of W. 79th Street ; a line 67.23 feet 
east of and parallel to the east line of S. 
Artesian Avenue; and a line 106.71 feet south 
of and parallel to the south line of W. 78th 
Street. 

By Alderman Tourek (23rd Ward) : 

To classify as an R3 General Residence District 
instead of an Ml-1 Restricted Manufacturing 
District the area shown on Map No. 12-L bounded 
by 

W. 54th Street; the alley next west of and 
parallel to S. Long Avenue; W. 55th Street; 
S. Linder Avenue; a line 145 feet north of W. 
55th Street; S. Luna Avenue; W. 55th Street; 
and S. Central Avenue. 



3. CLAIMS. 



Claims against the City of Chicago were presented by the aldermen designated below, respectively, for 
the claimants named, which were Referred to the Committee on Finance, as follows : 



Alderman 
Nowakowski 

(11th Ward) 
Tourek (23rd Ward) 
Sain (27th Ward) 



Claimant 
W. Renta 

Joseph Roder, F. Yara 
M. A. Lombard & Son 
Company 



Alderman 
Brandt (33rd Ward) 

Young (46th Ward) 
Hosllen (47th Ward) 



Claimant 

St. Francis Xavier 

Church 
Raymond L. Coley 
John Ibarra. 



4. UNCLASSIFIED MATTERS 
(Arranged in Order According to Ward Numbers). 



Proposed ordinances, orders and resolutions were presented by the aldermen named below, respectively, 
and were acted upon by the City Council in each case in the manner noted, as follows: 



Presented for 
ALDERMAN D'ARCO (1st Ward) . 

Issuance of Canopy Permits Authorized. 

A proposed order (presented by Alderman Giro- 
lami) reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the Superintendent of Compensa- 
tion be and he is hereby authorized to issue a 
permit to Walgreen Co. to maintain two existing 
canopies over the sidewalk in E. Randolph Street 
and N. State Street, attached to the building or 
structure located at Nos. 4-6 E. Randolph Street 



and Nos. 153-155 N. State Street, for a period of 
ten years from and after July 19, 1959, in accord- 
ance with plans and specifications filed with the 
Commissioner of Public Works and approved by the 
Commissioner of Buildings and the Chief Fire 
Prevention Engineer, said canopies not to exceed 
25 feet each in length nor 12 feet each in width: 
upon the filing of the application and bond and 
payment of the initial compensation provided for 
by ordinances relating to the construction and 
maintenance of canopies. 

On motion of Alderman Girolami said proposed 
order was passed. 



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Presented by 
ALDERMAN DESPRES (5th Ward): 

City Comptroller Directed to Cancel Warrants 
for Collection. 

A proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be and he is 
hereby authorized and directed to cancel the follow- 
ing Warrants for Collection charged against the 
Illinois Central Hospital, No. 5800 S. Stony Island 
Avenue : 

No. R-10855, in the amount of $5.50 for annual 
permit fee for 16-foot driveway; 

No. C-18112, in the amount of $9.00 for boiler- 
inspection fee; 

No. C-17658, in the amount of $29.00 for boiler 
and air tank inspection fees; 

No. A-11403, in the amount of $45.00 for eleva- 
tor-inspection fee; 

No. C-18035, in the amount of $9.00 for boiler- 
inspection fee ; 

No. C-20632, in the amount of $28.00 for high- 
pressure-boiler inspection fee. 

On motion of Alderman Despres said proposed order 
was passed. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN MILLER (6th Ward) : 

Declaration That Building is Public Nuisance 
Rescinded. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That an ordinance passed by the 
City Council on June 10, 1959, page 453 of the 
Journal of the Proceedings of said date, declaring 
the building located at No. 1454 E. Marquette Road 
to be structurally unsafe and a menace to life and 
property and ordering it to be demolished, be and 
the same is hereby repealed. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Miller said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, MarzuUo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN LUPO (9th Ward): 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 



Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge is 
made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960: 

Roseland Community Hospital Association, 

Nos. 45-67 W. 111th Street. 
Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Lupo said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN NOWAKOWSKI (11th Ward) : 

Issuance of Canopy Permit Authorized. 

A proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the Superintendent of Compensa- 
tion be and he is hereby authorized to issue a 
permit to John Simedalas to maintain an existing 
canopy over the sidewalk in S. Halsted Street at- 
tached to the building or structure located at Nos. 
3516-3518 S. Halsted Street, for a period of ten 
years from and after August 14, 1959, in accord- 
ance with plans and specifications filed with the 
Commissioner of Public Works and approved by 
the Commissioner of Buildings and the Chief Fire 
Prevention Engineer, said canopy not to exceed 34 
feet in length at building line and 13 feet in length 
at curb line nor 7 feet in width : upon the filing of 
the application and bond and payment of the initial 
compensation provided for by ordinances relating 
to the construction and maintenance of canopies. 

On motion of Alderman Nowakowski said proposed 
order was passed. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN SLIGHT (17th Ward) : 

Issuance of Free Permits to Church Directed. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Commissioner of Buildings, 
the Commissioner of Public Works, the Commis- 
sioner of Streets and Sanitation, the Commissioner 
of Water and Sewers and the President of the 
Board of Health be, and they are hereby, directed 
to issue all necessary permits, free of charge, not- 
withstanding other ordinances of the City to the 
contrary, to Antioch Missionary Baptist Church for 
erection of an illuminated sign, 12' x 4' in dimen- 
sion, on the existing church building on the prem- 



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December 7, 1959 



ises located at the southwest corner of W. Engle- 
wood and S. Stewart Avenues. 

Said building shall be used exclusively for re- 
ligious and related purposes and shall not be leased 
or otherwise used with a view to profit, and the 
work thereon shall be done in accordance with plans 
submitted. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and 
be in force from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Slight said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski. Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Issuance of Canopy Permit Authorized. 

Also a proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the Superintendent of Compensa- 
tion be and he is hereby authorized to issue a 
permit to W. W. Fern and Sons, Inc. to maintain an 
existing canopy over the sidewalk in W. 79th Street, 
attached to the building or structure located at 
No. 734 W. 79th Street, for a period of ten years 
from and after December 4, 1959, in accordance 
with plans and specifications filed with the Com- 
missioner of Public Works and approved by the 
Commissioner of Buildings and the Chief Fire 
Prevention Engineer, said canopy not to exceed 
20 feet in length nor 10 feet in width: upon the 
filing of the application and bond and payment of 
the initial compensation provided for by ordinances 
relating to the construction and maintenance of 
canopies. 

On motion of Alderman Slight said proposed order 
was passed. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN BONK (21st Ward): 

Buildings Declared Public Nuisances and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The buildings at the following loca- 
tions, to wit: 

No. 1910 S. Canalport Avenue (rear). 

No. 2335 W. 18th Street, 

No. 1705 S. Jefferson Street (rear). 

No. 1921 S. Shelby Court, 
are so deteriorated and weakened that each is struc- 
turally unsafe and a menace to life and property 
in its vicinity; therefore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. The buildings at the following loca- 
tions, to wit: 

No. 1910 S. Canalport Avenue (rear). 



No. 2335 W. 18th Street, 
No. 1705 S. Jefferson Street (rear), 
No. 1921 S. Shelby Court, 
are declared public nuisances, and the Commissioner 
of Buildings is authorized and directed to demolish 
the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective upon 
its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Bonk said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN TOUREK (23rd Ward): 

Referred — Proposed Orders for Paving of Portions 
of Certain Streets. 

Two proposed orders to request the Board of Local 
Improvements to institute necessary proceedings to 
pave by special assessment W. 48th Street between 
S. Kostner and S. Kilbourn Avenues and W. 54th 
Street from S. Pulaski Road to S. Keeler Avenue. — 
Referred to the Committee on Local Industries, Streets 
and Alleys. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN LEWIS (24th Ward): 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 118-5 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following dispensary 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the dispensary license fee for the 
year 1960: 

Marcy Center, No. 1539 S. Springfield Avenue. 
Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Lewis said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



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Presented by 
ALDERMAN BIESZCZAT (26th Ward): 

Buildings Declared Public Nuisances and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The buildings at the following loca- 
tions, to wit: 

No. 1339 W. Hubbard Street, 

No. 755 N. Milwaukee Avenue, 

No. 1448 W. Walton Street (front and rear), 

No. 900 N. Wood Street, 

are so deteriorated and weakened that each is struc- 
turally unsafe and a menace to life and property 
in its vicinity; therefore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. The buildings at the following loca- 
tions, to wit: 

No. 1339 W. Hubbard Street, 

No. 755 N. Milwaukee Avenue, 

No. 1448 W. Walton Street (front and rear). 

No. 900 N. Wood Street, 
are declared public nuisances, and the Commis- 
sioner of Buildings is authorized and directed to 
demolish the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective upon 
its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Bieszczat said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN SAIN (27th Ward) : 

Buildings Declared Public Nuisances and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The buildings at the following loca- 
tions, to wit: No. 1746 W. Madison Street and No. 
510 S. Sangamon Street, are so deteriorated and 
weakened that each is structurally unsafe and a 
menace to life and property in its vicinity; there- 
fore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. The buildings at the following loca- 
tions, to wit: No. 1746 W. Madison Street and No. 
510 S. Sangamon Street, are declared public nui- 
sances, and the Commissioner of Buildings is au- 
thorized and directed to demolish the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective 
upon its passage. 



On motion of Alderman Sain said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Drafting of Ordinance for Vacation of Alleys Directed. 

Also a proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Public Works 
be and he is hereby authorized and directed to pre- 
pare an ordinance for the vacation of the north 
1471/3 feet, more or less, of the north-south 18-foot 
public alley and all of the north-south 10-foot pub- 
lic alley, all in the block bounded by vacated W. 
Carroll Avenue, W. Fulton Street, N. Clinton Street 
and N. Canal Street, for W. Braum Company and 
The Pennsylvania Railway Company; said ordi- 
nance to be transmitted to the Committee on Local 
Industries, Streets and Alleys for consideration and 
recommendation to the City Council. 

On motion of Alderman Sain said proposed order 
was passed. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN GIROLAMI (28th Ward): 

Building Declared Public Nuisance and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The building located at No. 2225 W. 
Hubbard Street is so deteriorated and weakened 
that it is structurally unsafe and a menace to life 
and property in its vicinity; therefore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. The building located at No. 2225 
W. Hubbard Street is declared a public nuisance, 
and the Commissioner of Buildings is authorized 
and directed to demolish the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective 
upon its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Girolami said proposed or- 
dinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 



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Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

Also a proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 136-5 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago and in accordance with 
favorable investigation by the Board of Health, the 
Florence Crittenton Anchorage, No. 2678 W. Wash- 
ington Boulevard, is hereby exempted from pay- 
ment of the annual license fee provided in Section 
136-4, for the year 1960. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Girolami said proposed or- 
dinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN T. F. BURKE (29th Ward): 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960: Bethany Hospital, No. 3420 W. Van 
Buren Street. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman T. F. Burke said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN KEANE (31st Ward) : 

Declaration That Building is Public Nuisance 
Rescinded. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That an ordinance passed by the 
City Council on August 24, 1959, page 762 of the 
Journal of the Proceedings of said date, declaring 
the building at No. 3134 W. Walton Street to be a 
public nuisance and ordering same demolished, be 
and the same is hereby repealed. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Keane said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 
Also a proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960 : Norwegian- American Hospital, Inc., No. 
1044 N. Francisco Avenue. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Keane said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN BRANDT (33rd Ward) : 

Taxicab Stand No. 376 Established. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 27-412 of the 



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Municipal Code of Chicago there is hereby estab- 
lished a taxicab stand, to be known by the desig- 
nated number, for the number of vehicles stated, 
at the following location: 

Stand No. 376 On N. Kedzie Boulevard, along 
the east curb of the east serv- 
ice drive, from a point 61 feet 
south of the south line of Lo- 
gan Square to a point 36 feet 
south thereof; 2 vehicles. 

Section 2. It shall be unlawful for the operator 
of any vehicle other than a taxicab to stand or park 
such vehicle in the space occupied by said taxicab 
stand, except that the operator of any passenger 
vehicle may stop temporarily in such space for the 
purpose of and while actually engaged in the load- 
ing or unloading of passengers, as provided by Sec- 
tion 27-326 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 

Section 3. Any person violating the provisions 
of this ordinance shall be subject to the penalty 
provided for in Section 27-363 of the Municipal 
Code of Chicago, which provides that "every person 
convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of 
this chapter for which no penalty is specifically 
provided shall be punished by a fine of not more 
than two hundred dollars for each offense". 

Section 4. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage and due pub- 
lication. 

On motion of Alderman Brandt said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows : 

Feas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowar 
owski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 



City Comptroller Directed to Cancel Warrant 
for Collection. 

Also a proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be and he is 
hereby authorized and directed to cancel Warrant 
for Collection No. A-13397, in the amount of $9.00, 
for elevator-inspection fee, charged against St. 
Hedwig Convent, No. 2221 N. Hamilton Avenue. 

On motion of Alderman Brandt said proposed order 
was passed. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN MASSEY (36th Ward) : 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained hy the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 



that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960 : Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, 
No. 2211 N. Oak Park Avenue. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Massey said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
SUght, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 



Ee/erre(^— Proposed Orders for Paving of Alleys. 

Also five proposed orders to request the Board of 
Local Improvements to institute necessary proceed- 
ings to pave by special assessment certain alleys, 
which were Referred to the Committee on Local Indus- 
tries, Streets and Alleys, as follows : 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Altgeld Street, 
N. Nordica Avenue, W, Grand Avenue and N. Sayre 
Avenue ; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Altgeld Street, 
N. Sayre Avenue, W. Grand Avenue and N. Newland 
Avenue ; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Grand Avenue, 
N. Neva Avenue, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and 
Pacific Railroad and N. Nordica Avenue ; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Grand Avenue, 
N. Sayre Avenue, W. Medill Avenue and N. New- 
land Avenue; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Wrightwood 
Avenue, N. Harlem Avenue, W. Altgeld Street and 
N. Neva Avenue. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN CORCORAN (37th Ward) : 

Resolution Adopted on Death of James R. Considine. 

A proposed resolution reading as follows: 

Whereas, This Council has learned with regret 
and sorrow of the death of James R. Considine, who 
served in this Body as a representative of the old 
13th Ward from 1905 to 1908; and 

Whereas, In the death of James R. Considine, 
the City of Chicago has lost an outstanding citizen, 
whose record of public service was characterized by 
marked efficiency and zeal; therefore, be it 

Resolved, That we the Members of the City 
Council of the City of Chicago, hereby express our 
sorrow at the passing of James R. Considine, and 
extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sym- 
pathy; and, be it further 

Resolved, That in recognition of his valued pub- 
lic service, this resolution be spread of record upon 



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the Journal of the Proceedings of the City Council, 
and that a copy thereof be presented to the mem- 
bers of the bereaved family. 

On motion of Alderman Corcoran said propos.ed res- 
olution was adopted, unanimously, by a rising vote. 



Referred — Proposed Order to Request C.T.A. 
TO Consider Extending Its Central Av. 
Bus Service Southward to 
W. Roosevelt Road. 

Also a proposed order to request the Chicago Trans- 
sit Authority to study the feasibility of the extension 
of its Central Avenue bus service from its existing 
terminus at W. Harrison Street southward to W. 
Roosevelt Road. — Referred to the Committee on Local 
Transportation. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN SIMON (40th Ward): 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 136-5 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago and in accordance with 
favorable investigation by the Board of Health, the 
St. Paul's House, No. 3831 N. Mozart Street, is 
hereby exempted for payment of the annual li- 
cense fee provided in Section 136-4, for the year 
1960. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Simon said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN BELL (41st Ward) : 

Building Declared Public Nuisance and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The building located at No. 4819 N. 
Rutherford Avenue (shed in the rear) is so deter- 
iorated and weakened that it is structurally unsafe 
and a menace to life and property in its vicinity; 
therefore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. The building located at No. 4819 N. 



Rutherford Avenue (shed in the rear) is declared a 
public nuisance, and the Commissioner of Buildings 
is authorized and directed to demolish the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective 
upon its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Bell said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa^ 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Referred — Proposed Orders for Paving op 
Certain Alleys. 

Also six proposed orders to request the Board of 
Local Improvements to institute necessary proceed- 
ings to pave by special assessment certain alleys, 
which were Referred to the Committee on Local Indus- 
tries, Streets and AUeys, as follows: 

Alley in the block bounded by N. Central, W. 
Cullom, N. Major and W. Pensacola Avenues; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Berwyn, N. 
Moody, W. Foster and N. Melvina Avenues; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Berwyn, N. 
Mobile, W. Foster and N. Mulligan Avenues; 

Alley in the block bounded by N. Moody, W. 
Berwyn, N. Melvina and W. Balmoral Avenues; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Balmoral, N. 
Nagle, W. Berwyn and N. Mulligan Avenues; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Argyle Street, 
N. Leclaire Avenue, W. Winnemac Avenue and N. 
Lavergne Avenue; 

Alley in the block bounded by W. Birchwood, N. 
Harlem, W. Jarvis and N. Oconto Avenues. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN CROWE (42nd Ward): 

Building Declared Public Nuisance and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The building located at No. 13 W. On- 
tario Street is so deteriorated and weakened that 
it is structurally unsafe and a menace to life and 
property in its vicinity; therefore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. The building located at No. 13 W. 
Ontario Street is declared a public nuisance, and 
the Commissioner of Buildings is authorized and 
directed to demolish the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective 
upon its passage. 



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On motion of Alderman Crowe said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 

Issuance of Canopy Permit Authorized. 
Also a proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the Superintendent of Compensa- 
tion be and he is hereby authorized to issue a per- 
mit to Louis F. Beller, Sam Riskin and Louis L. 
Penner to maintain an existing canopy over the 
sidewalk in E. Ohio Street, attached to the build- 
ing or structure located at Nos. 17-19 E. Ohio 
Street, for a period of ten years from and after 
September 27, 1959, in accordance with plans and 
specifications filed with the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works and approved by the Commissioner of 
Buildings and the Chief Fire Prevention Engineer; 
said canopy not to exceed 27 feet in length nor 16 
feet in width: upon the filing of the application 
and bond and payment of the initial compensation 
provided for by ordinances relating to the con- 
struction and maintenance of canopies. 

On motion of Alderman Crowe said proposed order 
was passed. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN ROSENBERG (44th Ward) : 

Building Declared Public Nuisance and Ordered 
Demolished. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Whereas, The building located at No. 954 W. 
Montana Street is so deteriorated and weakened 
that it is structurally unsafe and a menace to life 
and property in its vicinity, therefore 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. The building located at No. 954 
W. Montana Street is declared a public nuisance, 
and the Commissioner of Buildings is authorized 
and directed to demolish the same. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be effective 
upon its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Rosenberg said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



License-Fee Exemptions Granted. 

Also two proposed ordinances reading respectively 
as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960: The Children's Memorial Hospital, No. 
707 W. Fullerton Avenue. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960: Columbus Hospital, No. 2520 N. Lake- 
view Avenue. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motions made by Alderman Rosenberg each of 
the foregoing two proposed ordinances was passed, by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke. Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN YOUNG (46th Ward) : 

License-Fee Exemption Granted. 

A proposed ordinance reading as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. Pursuant to Section 137-6 of the 
Municipal Code of Chicago, the following hospital 
that is not operated for gain but where a charge 
is made for the care of patients, shall be exempted 
from payment of the hospital license fee for the 
year 1960: Illinois Masonic Hospital Association, 
No. 836 W. Wellington Avenue. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in full force 
and effect from and after its passage. 

On motion of Alderman Young said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 



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T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 
Nays — None. 



Presented by 
ALDERMAN HOELLEN (47th Ward): 

City Comptroller Directed to Cancel Warrant 
for Collection. 

A proposed order reading as follows: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be and he 
is hereby authorized and directed to cancel Warrant 
for Collection No. A-12908, for elevator-inspection 
fee, in the amount of $99.00, charged against the 
Swedish Covenant Hospital, No. 2725 W. Foster 
Avenue. 

On motion of Alderman Hoellen said proposed order 
was passed. 



Referred — Proposed Order for Revision of Filing 
Fees before Zoning Board of Appeals. 

Also a proposed order to consider a revision of the 
schedule of fees of the Zoning Board of Appeals re- 
quired of applicants in the filing of appeals from deci- 
sions of the Commissioner of Buildings, or for appli- 
cations for zoning-ordinance variations, etc. — Referred 
to the Committee on Buildings and Zoning. 



Referred — Proposed Order to Permit Northcenter 
Service Station to Use Parkway on Portion 
of N. Wolcott Av. 

Also a proposed order for issuance of a permit to 
Northcenter Service Station, No. 1850 W. Irving Park 
Road, to use the parkway on the east side of N. Wol- 
cott Avenue between the north line of W. Irving Park 
Road and the south line of the east-west alley north 
thereof, for the purpose of parking automobiles. — 
Referred to the Committee on Local Industries, Streets 
and Alleys. 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS. 



Chicago Zoning Ordinance Amended to Reclassify 
Particular Areas. 

On motion of Alderman Pacini the City Council 
took up for consideration the report of the Commit- 
tee on Buildings and Zoning deferred and published 
November 27, 1959, pages 1197-1198, recommending 
that the City Council pass sundry proposed ordinances 
transmitted with the committee's report for amend- 
ment of the Chicago Zoning Ordinance to reclassify 
particular areas. 

Area Shown on Map No. 7-K Reclassified. 

Alderman PaciTii moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in said committee report which 
reads as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the Ml-1 Restricted 
Manufacturing District symbols and indications as 
shown on Map No. 7-K in the area bounded by 
the alley next north of and parallel to W. Fuller- 
ton Avenue; N. Keeler Avenue; W. FuUerton 
Avenue; and N. Tripp Avenue, 

to those of a B4-1 Restricted Service District, and 
a corresponding use district is hereby established 
in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 
was passed, by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 



kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 
Nays — None. 



Area Shown on Map No. 9-N Reclassified. 

Alderman Pacini moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in the pending report of the Com- 
mittee on Buildings and Zoning (as amended by the 
committee) which reads as follows as so amended: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the Cl-1 Restricted 
Commercial District symbols and indications as 
shown on Map No. 9-N in the area bounded by 

W. Irving Park Road ; the alley next west of and 
parallel to N. Natchez Avenue; the alley next 
south and parallel to W. Irving Park Road; N. 
Natchez Avenue; W. Dakin Street; and N. Nee- 
nah Avenue, 

to those of C2-1 General Commercial District, and 
a corresponding use district is hereby established 
in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 



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as amended by the committee was passed, by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Uays — None. 



Area Shown on Map No. 13-K Reclassified. 

Alderman Pacini moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in the pending report of the 
Committee on Buildings and Zoning which reads as 
follows : 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the Ml-1 Restricted 
Manufacturing District symbols and indications as 
shown on Map No. 13-K in the area bounded by 
W. Foster Avenue; the alley next east of ar-d 
parallel to N. Keating Avenue; W. Winnemac 
Avenue, or the line thereof if extended where no 
street exists; N. Elston Avenue; and N. Cicero 
Avenue, 

to those of an R-2 Single family Residence Dis- 
trict, and a corresponding use district is hereby 
established in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 
was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

yeas_Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 



Area Shown on Map No. 16-E Reclassified. 

Alderman Pacini moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in the pending report of the Com- 
mittee on Buildings and Zoning (as amended by the 
committee) which reads as follows as so amended: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the B5-3 General Dis- 
trict symbols and indications as shown on Map No. 
16-E in the area bounded by 

a line 120 feet sonth of the south line of E. 

63rd Street; S. Cottage Grove Avenue; E. 64th 



Street ; and the alley next west of and parallel to 

S. Cottage Grove Avenue, 
to those of a Cl-2 Restricted Commercial District, 
and a corresponding use district is hereby estab- 
lished in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 
as amended by the committee was passed, by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Area Shown ,on Map No. 16-H Reclassified. 

Alderman Pacini moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in the pending report of the 
Committee on Buildings and Zoning which reads as 
follows : 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the B4-1 Restricted 
Service District and all the R3 General Residence 
District symbols and indications as shown on Map 
No. 16-H in the area bounded by 

W. 69th Street ; a line 125 feet west of S. Oakley 
Avenue; the alley next south of and parallel to 
W. 69th Street; and a line 150 feet west of S. 
Oakley Avenue, 
to those of an R3 General Residence District, and 
a corresponding use district is hereby established 
in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 
was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling— 48. 

Nays — None. 



Area Shown on Map No. 17-0 Reclassified. 

Alderman Pacini moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in the pending report of the 



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Committee on Buildings and Zoning which reads as 
follows : 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the R2 Single Family 
Residence District symbols and indications as shown 
on Map No. 17-0 in the area bounded by 

a line 130 feet southwest of N. Onarga Avenue; 
a line 275 feet northwest of W. Devon Avenue; 
N. Northwest Highway; and a line 357 feet 3% 
inches northwest of W. Devon Avenue, 

to those of a B4-1 Restricted Service District, and 
a corresponding use district is hereby established in 
the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 
was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, MarzuUo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 



Area Shown on Map No. 20-J Reclassified. 

Alderman Pacini moved to pass the proposed ordi- 
nance recommended in the pending report of the 
Committee on Buildings and Zoning which reads as 
follows : 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the Ml-1 Restricted 
• Manufacturing District symbols and indications as 
shown on Map No. 20-J in the area bounded by 

W. Columbus Avenue; a line 50 feet northeast of 
S. St. Louis Avenue; the alley next southeast of 
and parallel to W. Columbus Avenue; and S. St. 
Louis Avenue, 

to those of a Cl-1 Restricted Commercial District, 
and a corresponding use district is hereby estab- 
lished in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

The motion prevailed and said proposed ordinance 
was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres. Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
kowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 



Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 
Nays — None. 



Action Deferred — on Proposed Ordinance for 
Amendment of Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
TO Reclassify Particular Area 
Shown on Map No. 22-D. 

Alderman Pacini moved to Defer for further con- 
sideration the proposed ordinance transmitted with 
the pending committee report for amendment of the 
Chicago Zoning Ordinance to classify as an R4 Gen- 
eral Residence District instead of an R3 General Resi- 
dence District the area bounded by 

E. 87th Place; S. Dauphin Avenue; E. 88th Street; 
and the alley next west of and parallel to S. Dau- 
phin Avenue. 

The motion to Defer prevailed. 



Chicago Zoning Ordinance Amended to Reclassify 
Area Shown on Map No. 4-K. 

On motion of Alderman Pacini the City Council took 
up for consideration the report of the Committee on 
Buildings and Zoning deferred and published Novem- 
ber 27, 1959, page 1198, recommending that the City 
Council pass a proposed ordinance transmitted with 
the committee's report which reads as follows: 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Chicago Zoning Ordinance 
be amended by changing all the R3 General Resi- 
dence District symbols and indications as shown 
on Map No. 4-K in the area bounded by 

the alley next south of and parallel to W. 16th 

Street; the alley next east of and parallel to S. 

Kostner Avenue; W. 18th Place; and S. Kostner 

Avenue, 

to those of an Ml-1 Restricted Manufacturing Dis- 
trict, and a corresponding use district is hereby 
established in the area above described. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force and 
effect from and after its passage and due publi- 
cation. 

On motion of Alderman Pacini the committee's rec- 
ommendation was concurred in and said proposed ordi- 
nance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa^ 
owski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays- — None. 



Issuance of Permit Authorized for Erection 
of Illuminated Sign. 

On motion of Alderman Pacini the City Council took 



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up for consideration the report of the Committee on 
Buildings and Zoning deferred and published Novem- 
ber 27, 1959, page 1198, recommending that the City 
Council pass a proposed order transmitted with the 
committee's report to authorize issuance of a permit 
for the erection and maintenance of an illuminated 
sign to project over the sidewalk, as follows : 

Permittee Location Dimensions 

Roseland southwest corner of S. 49'5" x 18' 
Plaza Michigan Avenue and 

Shopping E. 115th Street (on 
Center both the Michigan 

Avenue and the 115th 

Street sides) 

On motion of Alderman Pacini the committee's rec- 
ommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
order was passed. 



Failed to Pass — Proposed Ordinances for Amend- 
ment OF Chicago Zoning Ordinance to Reclas- 
sify Particular Areas (Adverse Recom- 
mendations by Committee) . 

On motion of Alderman Pacini the City Council took 
up for consideration the report of the Committee on 
Buildings and Zoning deferred and published Novem- 
ber 27, 1959, pages 1198-1199, recommending that the 
City Council DO NOT PASS sundry proposed ordi- 
nances transmitted with the committee's report for 
amendment of the Chicago Zoning Ordinance to re- 
classify particular areas. 

Alderman Pacini moved to concur in the commit- 
tee's recommendations. The Chair thereupon stated 
the pending question in each case to be: "Shall the 
proposed ordinance pass, the recommendation of the 
committee to the contrary notwithstanding?" ; and 
the several questions being put, each of said proposed 
ordinances FAILED TO PASS, by yeas and nays as 
follows: Yeas — None; Nays — 48. 

Said proposed ordinances which Failed to Pass 
proposed to reclassify areas as follows: 

To classify as an R7 General Residence District 
instead of an R6 General Residence District the 
area bounded by 

W. Burton Place; the alley next east of and 
parallel to N. Dearborn Street ; a line 120 feet 
north of W. Division Street; N. Dearborn 
Street; a line 170 feet north of W. Division 
Street; and the alley next west of and par- 
allel to N. Dearborn Street (Map No. 3-F) ; 

To classify as an R7 General Residence District 

instead of an R6 General Residence District the 

area bounded by 
W. Goethe Street; the alley next east of and 
parallel to N. Dearborn Street; a line 93.7 
feet south of W. Goethe Street; and N. Dear- 
born Street (Map No. 3-F) ; 

To classify as an Ml-2 Restricted Manufacturing 

District instead of an R4 General Residence 

District the area bounded by 

W. 20th Place; a line 25 feet east of S. Car- 
penter Street; the alley next south of and 
parallel to W. 20th Place; and S. Carpenter 
Street (Map No. 4-G) ; 

To classify as a Cl-2 Restricted Commercial 



District instead of a B5-3 General Service Dis- 
trict the area bounded by 

the right of way of the C.T.A.; N. Clark 
Street; and a line 271.8 feet north of W. School 
Street (Map No. 9-G) ; 

To classify as a B4-1 Restricted Service District 
instead of an R2 Single Family Residence Dis- 
trict the area bounded by 

a line 195.82 feet north of and parallel to W. 
44th Street; the alley next east of and par- 
allel to S. Cicero Avenue ; W. 44th Street ; and 
S. Cicero Avenue (Map No. 10-K) ; 

To classify as a B4-1 Restricted Service District 
instead of an R3 General Residence District the 
area bounded by 

W. 46th Street; S. Pulaski Road; the alley next 
north of and parallel to W. 47th Street; and 
the alley next west of and parallel to S. Pu- 
laski Road (Map No. 10-K) ; 

To classify as an R3 General Residence District 
instead of a B4-1 Restricted Service District the 
area bounded by 

W. Lawrence Avenue; N. Lavergne Avenue; 

a line 125 feet south of W. Lawrence Avenue; 

and N. Lawler Avenue (Map No. 11-L) ; 

To classify as a Cl-1 Restricted Commercial Dis- 
trict instead of an R3 General Residence District 
the area bounded by 

W. Montrose Avenue; N. Meade Avenue; the 
alley next south of and parallel to W. Montrose 
Avenue; and N. Moody Avenue (Map No. 
11-M) ; 

To classify as an R4 General Residence District 
instead of an R3 General Residence District the 
area bounded by 

W. Eastwood Avenue; N. Central Avenue; W. 
Wilson Avenue ; and the alley next west of and 
parallel to N. Central Avenue (Map No. 11-M) ; 

To classify as an R3 General Residence District 
instead of an R2 Single Family Residence District 
the area bounded by 

a line 441 feet north of W. 51st Street; S. 
Ridgeway Avenue; W. 51st Street; a line 143 
feet 3^ -inch west of S. Ridgeway Avenue; a 
line 250 feet north of W. 51st Street; and a 
line 268 feet %-inch west of S. Ridgeway 
Avenue (Map No. 12- J) ; 

To classify as an R2 Single Family Residence 
District instead of an Ml-2 Restricted Manufac- 
turing District the area bounded by 

the alley next south of and parallel to W. 47th 
Street; the alley next east of and parallel to 
S. Knox Avenue; W. 49th Street; and S. Knox 
Avenue (Map No. 12-K) ; 

To classify as a B4-2 Restricted Service District 
instead of a B4-1 Restricted Service District the 
area bounded by 

the alley next north of and parallel to W. 55th 
Street; S. Tripp Avenue; W. 55th Street; and 
S. Kildare Avenue (Map No. 12-K) ; 

To classify as an R4 General Residence District 
instead of an R3 General Residence District the 
area bounded by 

W. Bryn Mawr Avenue; N. Central Avenue; 

W. Catalpa Avenue ; and the alley next west of 

and parallel to N. Central Avenue (Map No. 

13-M) ; 

To classify as an Ml-1 Restricted Manufacturing 



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District Instead of a B4-1 Restricted Service Dis- 
trict the area bounded by 

a line 125 feet north of and parallel to W. 
79th Street; S. Hamilton Avenue; W. 79th 
Street; and the east line of the right of way 
of the B. & O. C. T. RR. (Map No. 18-H) ; 

To classify as a B4-2 Restricted Service District 
instead of an R3 General Residence District the 
area bounded by 

W. 71st Street; a line 124 feet west of S. 

Kedzie Avenue; the alley next south of and 

parallel to W. 71st Street; and S. Sawyer 

Avenue (Map No. 18-J) ; 

To classify as a Cl-2 Restricted Commercial Dis- 
trict instead of a B4-2 Restricted Service District 
the area bounded by 

W. 79th Street ; S. Vincennes Avenue ; the alley 
next south of and parallel to W. 79th Street; 
and S. Normal Avenue (Map No. 20-F) ; 

To classify as an Ml-2 Restricted Manufacturing 
District instead of a Cl-2 Restricted Commercial 
District the area bounded by 
W. 82nd Street; S. Halsted Street; W. 83rd 
Street ; and the alley next west of and parallel 
to S. Halsted Street (Map No. 20-G) ; 
To classify as a Cl-1 Restricted Commercial Dis- 
trict instead of a B4-1 Restricted Service District 
the area bounded by 

E. 117th Street; S. Michigan Avenue; E. 117th 
Place; and the alley next west of and parallel 
to S. Michigan Avenue (Map No. 28-E) ; 
To classify as a B4-1 Restricted Service District 
instead of an R2 Single Family Residence District 
the area bounded by 

E. 135th Street; a line 210 feet west of S. 
Ingleside Avenue; the Calumet River; and a 
line 288.03 feet west of S. Ingleside Avenue 
(Map No. 34-D). 



Portion of N. Orleans St. Vacated. 

On motion of Alderman Sain the City Council took 
up for consideration the report of the Committee on 
Local Industries, Streets and Alleys deferred and pub- 
lished November 27, 1959, pages 1206-1207, recom- 
mending that the City Council pass a proposed ordi- 
nance transmitted with the committee's report for the 
vacation of all that part of N. Orleans Street lying 
between the south line of W. Carroll Avenue pro- 
duced east and the northerly dock line of the Chicago 
River. 

On motion of Alderman Sain the committee's rec- 
ommendation was concurred in and said proposed 
ordinance was passed, by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Aldermen Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Des- 
pres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowa- 
owski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, 
Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, 
Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, 
T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, 
Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, 
Simon, Bell, Crowe, Bauler, Rosenberg, Young, Hoel- 
len, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling — 48. 

Nays — None. 

The following is said ordinance as passed: 

Whereas, The City Council of the City of Chi- 



cago, after due investigation and consideration, has 
determined that the nature and extent of the public 
use and the public interest to be subserved is such 
as to warrant the vacation of part of public street 
described in the following ordinance; therefore, 

Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of 
Chicago : 

Section 1. That all that part of N. Orleans St. 
lying East of and adjoining the East line of Lots 
One (1) and Eight (8), and lying East of and 
adjoining a line drawn from the Southeast corner 
of said Lot One (1) to the Northeast corner of 
said Lot Eight (8), all in Block Fourteen (14) 
in Subdivision of Blocks Six (6), Seven (7), Four- 
teen (14) and Fifteen (15) in Original Town of 
Chicago in Section Nine (9), Township Thirty-nine 
(39) North, Range Fourteen (14) East of the 
"Third Principal Meridian; lying West of and ad- 
joining the West line of Block "A" in Durand- 
Kennett's Block "A", being a consolidation of sun- 
dry lots and tracts in and adjacent to Block Fif- 
teen (15) in Original Town of Chicago in the 
Southeast Quarter (S.E.i^) of Section Nine (9), 
Township Thirty-nine (39) North, Range Fourteen 
(14) East of the Third Principal Meridian; lying 
South of and adjoining the North line of said Lot 
One (1) in Block Fourteen (14) in Subdivision of 
Blocks Six (6), Seven (7), Fourteen (14) and 
Fifteen (15) in Original Town of Chicago afore- 
mentioned, produced East to the West line of said 
Block "A" in Durand-Kennett's Block "A" afore- 
mentioned, and lying Northerly of and adjoining 
a line drawn from the Southeasterly corner of 
said Lot Eight (8) in Block Fourteen (14) in 
Subdivision of Blocks Six (6), Seven (7), Four- 
teen (14) and Fifteen (15) in Original Town of 
Chicago aforementioned, to the Southwesterly cor- 
ner of said Block "A" in Durand-Kennett's Block 
"A" aforementioned; said part of public street 
herein vacated being further described as all that 
part of N. Orleans St. lying between the South 
line of W. Carroll Ave. produced East, and the 
Northerly Dock Line of the Chicago River, as col- 
ored in red and indicated by the words "To Be 
Vacated" on the plat hereto attached, which plat 
for greater certainty is hereby made a part of this 
ordinance, be and the same is hereby vacated and 
closed, except for such rights as are reserved to 
the City of Chicago and the Chicago Tunnel Com- 
pany by Section Two (2) hereof, inasmuch as the 
same, with the exception of the reservations con- 
tained in Section Two (2) hereof, is no longer re- 
quired for public use and the public interest will 
be subserved by such vacation. 

Section 2. The City of Chicago hereby reserves 
for itself and for the benefit of the Chicago Tunnel 
Company, their successors or assigns, an ease- 
ment in the part of N. Orleans St. herein vacated, 
to maintain an existing tunnel and to repair and 
operate same. 

Section 3. The vacation herein provided for is 
made upon the express condition that within ninety 
( 90 ) days after the passage of this ordinance R. G. 
Lydy Parking Company shall pay or cause to be 
paid to the City of Chicago, as compensation for 
the benefits which will accrue to the owner of the 
property abutting said part of public street hereby 
vacated, the sum of twenty-three thousand 
nine hundred eighty-four and 40/100 dollars 
($23,984.40), which sum in the judgment of this 
body will be equal to such benefits. 

Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect and 
be in force from and after its passage subject to 



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the condition of Section Three (3) hereof, provided 
that the said R. G. Lydy Parking Company shall 
within ninety (90) days after the passage of this 



ordinance file or cause to be filed for record in the 
Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Cook County, 
Illinois, a certified copy of this ordinance. 



MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. 



Aldermen and Families Invited to Attend 
Lighting of Christmas Tree. 

Honorable Richard J. Daley, Mayor, extended an 
invitation to the Aldermen and their families to at- 
tend the ceremonies of the lighting of the Christmas 
tree at the Congress Plaza located at E. Congress 
Parkway and S. Michigan Boulevard at 4:45 P.M. on 
December 8, 1959. 



Crane High School (27th Ward), accompanied by 
Mr. Kostro; 

Thirty pupils from the 8th Grade of the Reilly 
School (35th Ward), accompanied by Mr. I. 
Abraham ; 

Fifteen students from St. Gall Civics Club (13th 
Ward), accompanied by Miss Virginia Grimman. 

The Mayor welcomed the visitors and invited them 
to attend meetings in the future. 



Presence of Visitors Noted. 

Honorable Richard J. Daley, Mayor, called the at- 
tention of the members of the City Council to the 
presence at the meeting of the following: 

Twenty-five members of the League of Women 

Voters — Mrs. Paul Johnson in Charge; 
Twenty-five students from the Senior Class of 



RECESS TAKEN. 

Thereupon, at 11:00 A.M., Alderman Keane moved 
that the City Council do recess to Tuesday, December 
8, 1959, at 10:00 A.M. 

The motion prevailed, and the City Council stood 
recessed, to meet in recessed session on Tuesday, De- 
cember 8, 1959, at 10:00 A.M. 





City Clerk. 



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(Published by Authority of the City Council of the City of Chicago) 



COPY 



Journal of the Proceedings 

OF THE 

City Council 



OF THE 



CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



Recessed Session — Tuesday, December 8, 1959 

(of the Regular Meeting Held on Monday, December 7, 1959) 

at 10:00 A.M. 

(City Hall — Chicago, Illinois) 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 



Attendance at Recessed Session. 

P^esenf— Honorable Richard J. Daley, Mayor, and Aldermen D'Arco, Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Despres, 
Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowakowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan,_ Slight, 
Murray Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, Janousek, Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Bieszczat, Sain, Girolami, T. F. 
Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, Simon, Bell, 
Bauler, Rosenberg, Weber, Young, Hoellen, Hirsh, Wigoda, Sperling. 

Absent — Alderman Crowe. 



Call to Order. 

On Tuesday December 8, 1959, at 10:00 A.M., pursuant to recess taken on December 7, 1959, Honor- 
able Richard J. Daley, Mayor, called the City Council to order. John C. Marcin, City Clerk, called the roll 
of members and it was found that there were present at that time: Aldermen Harvey, Holman, Despres, Mil- 
ler Condon, Lupo, Pacini, Nowakowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, Slight, Murray, Fitz- 
patrick Campbell, Bonk, Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Sain, Girolami, T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, 
Sande, ' Laskowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, Simon, Bell, Bauler, Rosenberg, Weber, Young, 
Hoellen, Hirsh, Wigoda — 43. 

Quorum present. 




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UNFINISHED BUSINESS (resumed). 



Budget Document for Year 1960 Amended and Revised by City Council and Annual Appropriations 

Made for Year 1960 in Conformity Therewith. 

On motion of Alderman Keane the City Council thereupon took up for consideration the Budget Docu- 
ment (Executive Budget) for the year 1960, consideration of which was deferred on November 27, 1959, 
as is noted on page 1186 of the Journal of the Proceedings of that date. 



Revised Balance Sheets and Estimates for the 1960 Appropriation Ordinance. 

By unanimous consent the City Clerk thereupon transmitted the following communication, which was 
read to the City Council : 

Office of the Mayor 
Budgetary Division 

December 8. 1959. 

To the Honorable, the President and Members of the City Council: 

In accordance with the provisions of Section 9-68 of the Revised Cities and Villages Act, I submit 
herewith revised Balance Sheets and Estimates for the 1960 Appropriation Ordinance. 

The revision of the Corporate Estimates amount to $990,000. as follows: 



1. Municipal Utility Excise Tax $150,000, 

2. Licenses — Other 50,000. 

3. Utility Franchise Tax 450,000. 

4. Continental Air Transport — Airport 100,000. 

5. Municipal Heating Plant — Reimburse 115,000. 

6. Use of Boulevards — New Ordinance 60,000. 

7. Use of Navy Pier 50,000. 

8. Reimbursement O'Hare Revenue Bond P\ind 15,000. 



$990,000. 

Estimate No. 9. Bond Redemption and Interest Fund is increased to $40,369,817.00 by reason of the 
inclusion in the Budget of the 1959 General Obligation Bonds. 

Estimate No. 16 will be increased to $45,415,000.00. 

Estimate 28. General Obligation Bond Funds will also be required to reflect the inclusion of the new 
bonds. 

Appropriations for Liabilities, Page 11, will be amended to include $15,500,000.00 of contract obliga- 
tions on O'Hare Airport Revenue Bonds construction accounts. 

Schedule No. 1 will be corrected to show any receipts of cash on prior year taxes. 

Very truly yours. 

(Signed) Arthur G. Lindell, 

Deputy Budget Director. 



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Revised Estimates of Assets and Liabilities of Designated Funds as of 
January 1, 1960 and Estimates of the Amounts of such Assets and 
Revenues Which Are Appropriable for the Year 1960. 

Estimate No. 1. 

CORPORATE PURPOSES FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable $ 13,500,000.00 

Cash $ 901,081.49 

Accounts receivable 8,700,000.00 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) 3,898,918.51 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960, to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable _ 8,200,000.00 



Surplus at January 1, 1960 5,300,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960— appropriable 188,400,600.00 

Tax levy of year 1960 86,940,200.00 

Other revenue 101,460,400.00 



Total appropriable for charges and expendi- 
tures (exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 

I960) $193,700,600.00 



Estimates of Corporate Revenue for 1960 Other Than from Property Taxes 

Municipal Reference Library: 

Sale of books and pamphlets $ 500.00 

City Clerk : 

Licenses— Miscellaneous 5,750.000.00 

Licenses — Beverages 8,715,000.00 

Licenses— Other 80,000.00 

Department of Finance: 

City Market 7,500.00 

Compensation— Use of Public Property 375,000.00 

Compensation— Public Utilities 17,770,000.00 

Leases and Rents 65,000.00 

Foreign Fire Insurance 765,000.00 

Amusement Tax 1,225,000.00 

Municipal Retailers' Occupation Tax 22,996,000.00 

Municipal Public Utihties Tax 12,780,000.00 

Vacation of Streets and Alleys 200,000.00 

Interest 150,000.00 

Sale of land and buildings 125,000.00 

Reimbursements from: 

City Transit Fund 15,000.00 

Forestry Fund 25,000.00 

Motor Fuel Tax Fund 350,000.00 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund . . 98,820.00 

Vehicle Tax Fund 7,730,000.00 

Water Fund 1,650,000.00 

Parking Revenue Fund 332,400.00 

O'Hare Airport Revenue Fund 810,480.00 

O'Hpre Airport Revenue Bonds 15,000.00 

Receipts from Special Assessments Fund .... 25,000.00 

Payments in Lieu of Taxes 625,000.00 

Parking Meter Revenue (PD) 140,000.00 

Other 350,000.00 

City Collector 16,000.00 

Department of Law 12,000.00 

Civil Service Commission 60,000.00 

Department of Purchases: 

Sale of old material 25,000.00 

Board of Election Commissioners 1,000.00 

Municipal Court: 

Court Costs and Fines $ 8,000,000.00 

Charges Against Cook County 450,000.00 

House of Correction 35,000.00 



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Estimate No. 1 — Continued 

Estimates of Corporate Revenue for 1960 Other Than from Property Taxes — 
Continued 



Board of Health: 

Birth and Death Certificates 235,000.00 

Other 25,000.00 

Commission on Rehabilitation 20,000.00 

Police Department: 

Moving Picture films 60,000.00 

Other 165,000.00 

Fire Department 65,000.00 

Multiple Dwelling — Registrations 25,000.00 

Building Department: 

Building Permits 1,085,000.00 

Building Inspection 290,000.00 

Elevator Inspection 207,700.00 

Ventilation Inspection 250,000.00 

Electrical Inspection 1,400,000.00 

Other Inspection 9,000.00 

Department of Steam Boilers: 

Boiler and Refrigeration Inspection 650,000.00 

Permits, Licenses, and other • 100,000.00 

Department of Weights and Measures 130,000.00 

Department of Air Pollution 230,000.00 

Boards of Examiners 215,000.00 

Public Vehicle License Commission: 

Public passenger vehicle Licenses 215,000.00 

Taximeter Inspection 30,000.00 

Operators of Public Motor Vehicles 95,000.00 

Department of Streets and Sanitation: 
Bureau of Streets: 

Driveways 640,000.00 

Maintenance and cleaning — State Highways ' 10,000.00 

Other 200,000.00 

Bureau of Electricity: 

Reimbursement of expense and other 165,000.00 

Bureau of Street Traffic 55,000.00 

Board of Local Improvements 16,000.00 

Department of Public Works: 

Bureau of Engineering: 

Reimbursement and other 70,000.00 

Bureau of Maps and Plats 13,000.00 

Bureau of Architecture and Building Main- 
tenance : 

Sale of Heat and other 220,000.00 

Bureau of Rivers and Harbors : 
Harbors : 

Reimbursement of Expense and other . . . 60,000.00 
Navy Pier: 

Rental 375,000.00 

Reimbursement of Expense 65,000.00 

Bureau of Aviation: 

Chicago Midway Airport 2,225,000.00 

Meigs Field 75,000.00 

Total Other Revenue — Corporate Purposes 

Fund $101,460,400.00 



Estimate No. 9. 

BOND REDEMPTION AND INTEREST FUND 



Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 
Tax levy of year 1960 to meet bond and 
interest requirements 



$40,369,817.00 



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Estimate No. 27-A. 

CHICAGO-O'HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REVENUE BONDS 

Construction Accounts 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable : «q« mn 000 00 

Cash and securities, plus accrued interest and discount ^yo,xvv,uvu.yju 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960— to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities ' ' : — 

Total appropriable from construction accounts for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $80,600,000.00 

Estimate No. 28. 

GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDS 

Estimate of Appropriable Resources at January 1, 1960 l 

Amounfs 

Unsold Bonds and Total Liabilities Appropriable 

Cash Receivables* Resources at Jan. 1, I960 ior I?t0 

$ $ $ $ $ 

Slum Clearance-1945 20,000. -0- 20,000. -0- 20,000. 

slum ~S J95? : : : : 150,000. 9,850,000. 10,000.000. 4,850,000. 5,150 000. 

Rphousine— 1947 955,000. -0- 955,000. -0- „ 

CommuSfy Conservation Areas-1957. 1,120,000. 7,600,000. 8,720,000. 20,000. 8,700,000. 

prrrDeTartment Equipment-1957 . . . . 300.000. 500,000. 800,000. 230,0 0. 570,000. 

Refuse DisDosal— 1953 1,190,000. 1,010,000. 2,200,000. -0- ^,200,000. 

Refuse D sposa -1957 100,000. 8,900,000. 9,000,000. -0- 9-000,000. 

?rrflla"tem-U -0- 3,000,000. 3,000,000. -0^ 3,0 ,0 . 

Electric street Lighting-1955 868,000. -0- J^8,000. 454,000. 414,000. 

Flpctric Street Lighting— 1958 4,500,000 -0- 4,500,000. 4,000,000. 500,000. 

eI^cSc S^S LSting-1959 -0- 25,000,000. 25,000,000. -0- 25,000,000. 

BundTnt^S^^ 300,000. -0- 300,000. 80.000. 220,000. 

House S^Cor'?e'tion-1952 800,000. -0- 800,000. 600,000. 200,0 0. 

House of Correction-1957 100,000. 900,000. 1,000,000. -0- ^'000,000. 

Central Heatine Plant— 1953 200,000. -0- 200,000. 130,000. ^0,000. 

SunTcik? Sing^^^^^^^ 1.000,000. 6,200,000. 7,200,000. 1,300,000. 5,900,000. 

Municipal Buildings-1959 -0- 2,000,000. 2,000,000. -0- ^,000,000. 

Docks and Piers-1957 1,050,000 -0- 1'050,000. 800,000. 250,000. 

Dock and Pier-1959 -0- 6,000,000. 6,000,000. -0- 6,000,000. 

Bridge Construction-1951 128,726. -0- 128,726. -0- 128,726. 

Robey Street Improvement— 1939 1,170. -0- 1,170. ^ "O" 

Bridge Construction-1953 2,500,000. -0- 2,500,000. 2,500,000. -0- 

Bridg Srvirduct-1957 3,500,000. 9,200,000. 12,700,000. 10,900,000. 1,800,000. 

^ vfaduc^'t"^ -0- 15,000,000. 15,000,000. -0- 15,000,000. 

supXghway-1947' : 1,000,000 1,200,000.* 2,200,000. 100,000. 2,100,000. 

SuSShway-1952 1,000,000. 12,000,000.- 13,000,000. 1,500,000. 11,500,000. 

SuWay-W52 2,100,000. 3,600,000. 5,700,000. -0- 5,700,000. 

Median Strips-Superhighways-1957 . 1,350,000. 8,500,000. 9-850,000. ^^^^-0" ^fJl'^Jl^: 

Playground and Recreation-1957 2,500,000. -0- 2,500,000. 2,200,000. 300,000. 

Airport-1945 58,000. -0- 58,000. 2,000. 56,000. 

AirDort— 1957 .... 3,120,000. 4,180,000. 7,300,000. 200,000. 7,100,000. 

Sewer— 1947 350,000. -0- 350,000. 350,000. -0- 

Sewer— 1955 " ' ' ... 1,330,000. 4,970,000. 6,300,000. 6,300,000. -0- 

Sewer— 1957 1,100,000. 6,900,000. 8,000,000. 4,000,000. 4,000,000. 

Sewer— 1959 -0- 15,000,000. 15,000,000. -0- 15,000,000. 

Corporate Bond Surplus Account 280,000. ^0^ 280,000. 272.000. 8-000. 

Totals ."$32,970,896. $151,510,000. $184,480,896. $40,788,000. $143,692,896. 

*Receivables : 

Superhighway— 1947— Reimbursement— Federal. .$ 1,200,000. 
Superhighway — 1952 — Reimbursement — Federal. . 12,000,000. 

Total Receivables 13,200,000. 

Unsold Bonds 138,310,000. 

Total $151,510,000. 



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Estimate No. 16. 

WATER FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $18,360,000.00 

Cash $17,760,000.00 

Accounts receivable 600,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated 14,020,000.00 

Accounts payable 2,080,000.00 

Accrued interest 820,000.00 

Reserve for debt service 11,120,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 4,340,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable 41,075,000.00 

Water Rates 40,000,000.00 

Miscellaneous 795,000.00 

Bureau of Sewers 280,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) . . $45,415,000.00 



Appropriation for Licebiiifles @f Jonyciry 1, 1960 

For liabilities (including liabilities on contracts) at January 1, 1960 in 
accordance with the estimates thereof for the several funds as follows : 



Estimate Amounts 

No. Appropriated 

1. Corporate Fund $ 8,200,000.00 

2. Forestry Fund 250,000.00 

3. Civil Defense Fund 10,000.00 

4. Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation 360,000.00 

5. Library Fund — Buildings and Sites 230,000.00 

6. Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 400,000.00 

8. Judgment Tax Fund (appropriated for under 

Appropriations for Expenditures). 

16. Water Fund 14,020,000.00 

17. Water Works System Certificates of Indebtedness Fund. . 26,000,000.00 

18. Vehicle Tax Fund 450,000.00 

19. Motor Fuel Tax Fund 22,000,000.00 

22. City Transit Fund 40,000.00 

23. Parking Revenue Fund 600,000.00 

24. Parking Revenue Bonds — Construction Fund 104,378.00 

25. Calumet Skyway Revenue Bonds — Construction Fund . . 87,000.00 

26. Calumet Skyway Revenue Fund 40,000.00 

27-A. O'Hare Airport Revenue Bonds — Construction 

Accounts 15,500,000.00 

28. General Obligation Bond Funds 40,788,000.00 

Total for liabilities at January 1, 1960 $120,079,378.00 



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Alderman Sheridan thereupon moved that the City Council do immediately resolve itself mto a Com- 
mittee of the Whole for the purpose of giving consideration to the Budget Document for the year 1960, and 
that Alderman Keane, Chairman of the Committee on Finance, do act as Chairman of the Committee of the 
Whole. The motion prevailed and the City Council was thereby resolved into a Committee of the Whole. 

Subsequently, the Committee of the Whole having risen, the City Council was again in session, with Hon- 
orable Richard J.' Daley, Mayor, in the Chair. 

Alderman Keane thereupon reported that the Committee of the Whole, which had been directed by the 
City Council to give consideration to the Budget Document for the year 1960, had given due consideration 
to said Budget Document and was ready to make its report, and he moved that the report be received. The 
motion prevailed. 

Alderman Keane, for the Committee of the Whole, thereupon made the following report: 
Mr. Chairman: 

The Committee of the Whole has adopted sundry amendments to the Budget Document for the year 
1960 and recommends that the City Council revise said Budget Document by adopting said amendments, 
and then pass said Budget Document as so revised and amended as the Annual Appropriation Ordinance 
for the Year 1960. 

Alderman Keane thereupon moved that the City Council Revise and Amend the Budget Document for the 
year 1960 by adopting the revisions and amendments recommended by the Committee of the Whole, con- 
verting it into the proposed annual appropriation ordinance for the year 1960. The motion prevailed. 



Alderman Hoellen presented the following Amendments to the pending annual appropriation ordinance 
(page references being to the Budget Document for the year 1960) : 

Page 27— under the subheading "Board of Examiners of Plumbers" strike out the following items: 

Member— $50.00 day 1 2,500. 

Member 1 9'500. 

and insert in lieu thereof an item reading as follows : 

Member— $50.00 day 2 2,500. 

Page 27— under the subheading "Board of Examiners of Stationary Engineers" strike out the follow- 
ing items : 

Member 1 

Member 1 9.720. 

and insert in lieu thereof an item reading as follows : 

Member— $50.00 day 2 2,500. 

Page 28 under the heading "Board of Examiners of Motion Picture Projection Machine Operators" 

strike out the item reading as follows : 

For operating expense of the Board, including one member 
at $8,006, and consultation fee of one member at $35.00 

a day $ 8,121. 

Page 42 under the heading "Public Vehicle License Commission" strike out the following items ap- 
pearing under the subheading "Regulation of Public Vehicle Operation": 

Deputy Commissioner of Public Vehicle Licenses 1 9,528. 

Supervisor of Public Vehicle Inspectors 1 6,444. 

Supervisor of Public Chauffeur Licenses 1 6,444. 

Page 64 — under the subheading "Market Masters" strike out the following items: 

Market Master — Maxwell Street ^ 1 5,580. 

Market Master— South State Street 1 5,580. 

Market Master— Randolph Street 1 5,580. 

Pages 163, 165, 166, 167 — under the general heading "Department of Police" strike out the following 
items : 

Deputy to the Commissioner 2 14,076. 

Chief of Detectives 1 13,404. 

Chief of Uniformed Force 1 13,404. 

Chief of Traffic Bureau 1 13,404. 

and insert in lieu thereof the following items : 

Deputy to the Commissioner 2 18,000. 

Chief of Detectives 1 17,500. 

Chief of Uniformed Force 1 17,500. 

Chief of Traffic Bureau 1 17,500. 



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Page 166 — under the subheading "Uniformed Force" strike out the following item : 

Senior Stenographer 1 5,316. 

and insert in lieu thereof the following items: 

Senior Stenographer 1 5,361. 

Senior Stenographer 76 3,780. 

Junior Stenographer 38 3,432. 

Alderman Hoellen moved to Adopt the foregoing amendments. The motion was Lost. 

Alderman Hoellen presented the following amendment to the pending proposed annual appropriation 
ordinance (the page reference being to the Budget Document for the year 1960) : 

Page 58— under the heading "Department of Investigation" strike out the following items: 

Commissioner of Investigation 1 $ 22,500. 

Deputy Commissioner of Department of Investigation 1 13,404. 

Secretary 1 5^856. 

Special Investigation Clerk 1 3,780. 

Special Investigation Clerk 1 3,780. 

For employment of Examining Lawyers, Investigators, 

Clerical and other personnel as needed 32,416. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 192. 

5 $ 81,928. 

Alderman Hoellen moved to Adopt the foregoing amendment. The motion was Lost (Alderman Despres 
making request that it be noted in the record that he voted "No"). 

Alderman Sperling presented the following Amendments to the pending proposed annual appropriation 
ordinance (page references being to the Budget Document for the year 1960) ; 

Page 166 — under the general heading "Department of Police" insert the following language under 
the subheading "Uniformed Force": 

Parking Meter Enforcement Officer : 

First year of service 2.00hr. 

Second year of service 2.05hr. 

Third year of service 2.1 Ohr. 

Page 223— under the general heading "Department of Streets and Sanitation" strike out the follow- 
ing item appearing under the subheading "In-Service Maintenance of Electrical Equipment" : 

Lamp Maintenance Man 92 552.50m. 

and insert in lieu thereof an item reading as follows : 

Lamp Maintenance Man 29 552.50m. 

Page 240 — under the heading "Department of Public Works" and the subheading "Bureau of Engi- 
neering" strike out the following item: 

Maintenance of Chicago Freight Tunnel 50,000. 

Alderman Sperling moved to Adopt the foregoing amendments. The motion was Lost. 



Alderman Despres presented the following Amendments to the pending proposed annual appropriation 
ordinance (page references being to the Budget Document for the year 1960) : 

Page 51— under the heading "Department of City Planning" strike out the following item appear- 
ing under the subheading "Professional and Technical Services": 

Surveys 50,000. 

and insert in lieu thereof the following items : 

Surveys 30,000. 

Survey of racial and religious discrimination in the sale 
of and rental of housing, the effect on Chicago of invol- 
untary racial and religious segregation in housing and 
measures necessary and desirable to diminish it and 
end it 20,000. 



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Page 52 under the heading "Forecasting and Planning Future Development" strike out the follow- 
ing items appearing under the subheading "General Plan": 

City Planner IV 9,528. 

Research Assistant 4,824. 

and insert in lieu thereof the following: 

Staff for Chicago Plan Commission. 

City Planner IV 9>528. 

Research Assistant 4,824. 

Page 166— under the general heading "Department of Police" strike out the following items appear- 
ing under the subheading "Crime Prevention Division": 

Censor of Moving Pictures 6 4,596. 

Motion Picture Machine Operator 2 157. 20w. 

Motion Picture Machine Operator (vacation relief not to 

exceed 6 weeks) 157. 20w. 

Alderman Despres moved to Adopt the foregoing amendments. The motion was Lost. 



Alderman Despres presented the following Amendments to the pending proposed annual appropriation 
ordinance (page references being to the Budget Document for the year 1960) : 

Pages 148, 150, 151— under the general heading "Board of Health" strike out the following items: 

Chief District Health Officer 

Dentist 

Apparatus and Instruments 

Material and Supplies 

and insert in lieu thereof the following: 

Chief District Health Officer 

Dentist 

Apparatus and Instruments 

Material and Supplies 

Coordinator of Public Health and Nursing Education ... 



Public Health Nurse I 
Junior Clerk 



Sanitary Engineer 

Director Neighborhood Health 
Education Programs 

Health Educator 



1 


10,008. 




227,280. 




25,000. 




100,000. 


1 


15,000. 




330,280. 




45,000. 




115,000. 




9,072. 


2 


4,176. 


2 


4,824. 


15 


213.m. 


20 


383. 


6 


3,432. 


3 


5,856. 


1 


9,072. 


1 


8,232. 


2 


6,144. 


1 


65.00m. 


1 


65.00m. 



Car allowance for Director Neighborhood Health Educa- 
tion Programs 

Alderman Despres moved to Adopt the foregoing amendments. The motion was Losi (Alderman Bohling 
making request that it be noted in the record that he voted "Aye"). 



Alderman Despres presented the following Amendment to the pending proposed annual appropriation 
ordinance (the page reference being to the Budget Document for the year 1960) : 

Page 166 — under the general heading "Department of Police" strike out the total "48,683,784" ap- 
pearing at the foot of the first main column under the subheading "Uniformed Force", and insert in lieu 
thereof the amount "60,983,784". 

Alderman Despres moved to Adopt the foregoing amendment. The motion was Lost (Alderman Rosen- 
berg making request that it be noted in the record that he voted "Aye"). 



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Alderman Keane thereupon moved to pass the pending proposed annual appropriation ordinance for the 
year 1960 (being the Budget Document for the year 1960 as revised and amended by the City Council). 

The motion prevailed and the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the Year 1960 was passed, by yeas 
and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Aldermen D'Arco, Harvey, Metcalfe, Holman, Despres, Miller, Bohling, Condon, Lupo, Pacini, 
Nowakowski, Zelezinski, Egan, J. P. Burke, Krska, Sheridan, Slight, Murray, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Bonk, 
Janousek, Tourek, Lewis, Marzullo, Sain, Girolami, T. F. Burke, Ronan, Keane, Sulski, Brandt, Sande, Las- 
kowski, Massey, Corcoran, Cullerton, Shapiro, Simon, Bell, Bauler, Rosenberg, Weber, Young, Hirsh, Wigoda 
—46. 

Nays — Aldermen Hoellen, Sperling — 2. 



The following is the said Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the Year 1960 as passed: 



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THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOR THE YEAR 1960. 

Be It Ordained hy the City Council of the City of Chicago: 

Section 1. The following sums of money set apart according to departments and other sepa- 
rate agencies of the City government are appropriated from the respective funds designated in 
this ordinance for the objects and purposes stated herein to defray necessary expenses and lia- 
bilities of the City of Chicago to be paid or incurred during the fiscal year beginning January 1, 
1960. 

Section 2. The estimates of current assets and liabilities as of January 1, 1960, the esti- 
mates of the amounts of such assets and of the revenues of 1960 available for appropriation, the 
amounts appropriated, the objects and purposes of such appropriations and the salary rates of all 
City officers and employees are shown in detail hereinafter. 

Section 3. In any appropriation where three asterisks (***) appear immediately after the 
department code number, expenditures thereunder shall be accounted for under statutory stand- 
ard accounts, as expended, designating objects and purposes of operation and administration. 

Section 4. Included in the appropriation for Personal Services in applicable departments, 
bureaus, and agencies is an account appearing as Code No. ".015 Schedule Salary Adjustments" 
provided for the purpose of implementing the compensation plan for classified city employees 
heretofore adopted by the City Council, the Salary Schedules of which plan, class grades one to 
twenty, both inclusive, are made a part hereof. The amounts set up under account .015 for 
"Schedule Salary Adjustments" are for the adjustment of salaries (a) of all employes who 
are at the entrance rate indicated in the schedule for the grade level of their positions 
and who after six months of satisfactory service are entitled to a salary increase under 
Schedule Bl; (b) of employes who are entitled to adjustments to Intermediate Rates or 
Maximum Rates prescribed in Schedule B for the grade level of his position after com- 
pleting the additional twelve month periods indicated; and (c) of employes who are entitled to 
salary adjustments under Schedule C after completing the periods of service specified in said 
Schedule C. The class grade for each class of positions is specified in Schedule A of Civil Service 
Rule 1 — Classification. 

Section 5. The appropriations for liabilities at January 1, 1960 shall not be construed as ap- 
proval of any such liabilities, but shall be regarded only as appropriations for the payment there- 
of when they have been found to be valid and legal obligations against the City of Chicago and 
have been properly vouchered and audited. 

Section 6. The appropriations herein made for personal services shall be regarded as maxi- 
mum amounts to be expended from such appropriations. Such expenditures shall be further 
limited to employment of personnel only as needed, or as may be required by law, not to ex- 
ceed the specified maximum number designated in this ordinance for any office or position by 
title. When there is no limitation as to the maximum number that may be employed for any of- 
fice or position by title, one or more persons may be employed regardless of whether such title 
is printed in the singular or plural. The salary or wage rate fixed shall be regarded as the 
maximum salary or wage rate for the respective offices or positions ; provided that wage rates 
fixed on a daily, weekly or monthly basis are subject to change by the City Council during 
the fiscal year in accordance with the prevailing wage rates in private employment for such 
employees. The salary or wage rates fixed are on a yearly basis unless otherwise indicated. 
Abbreviations or symbols used in this ordinance are as follows: m. monthly; w. weekly; d. daily; 
h. hourly; v. visits. Where in the appropriation ordinance the numeral sign "#" appears after 
a position title it indicates that when that position becomes vacant the title shall be changed to 
conform with the classification and allocation plan as heretofore determined by and recorded 
with the Civil Service Commission, provided that the salary of such reclassified position shall 
not be greater than the amount provided for such position in the Appropriation Ordinance. 

No officer or employee shall have the right to demand continuous employment or compen- 
sation by reason of any appropriation if it becomes necessary to lay him off on account of lack 
of work or lack of funds. In case of a vacancy in any office or position, the head of a department 
in which the vacancy occurs shall not be required to fill such office or position, if, in his judgment 
and discretion, there is no necessity therefor. 

Section 7. Any employee who is required and is authorized to use his personally owned 
automobile regularly in the conduct of official City business, shall be allowed and paid uni- 
form monthly rates on the basis of the number of miles per month use of such privately owned 
automobile, according to the following: 



Average Miles per Month Monthly Rate 

under 100 $12.50 

101 to 200 24.00 

201 to 300 34.50 

301 to 400 44.00 

401 to 500 52.50 

501 to 600 60.00 

601 to 700 66.50 

701 to 800 72.00 

801 to 900 76.50 

901 to 1000 80.00 

over 1000 90.00 



Any employee who is authorized by his department head to use his personally owned auto- 
mobile on occasional trips within or without the City in the conduct of City business shall 
be paid a mileage allowance at the rate of 8 cents per mile. 



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Estimates of assets and liabiHties as of January !, 1960 

and estimates of the amount of such assets and 
revenues which are appropriable for the year 1960. 

ESTIMATE NO. 1. 

CORPORATE PURPOSES FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $ 13,500,000.00 

Cash $ 901,081.49 

Accounts receivable 8,700,000.00 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) 3,898,918.51 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960, to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable 8,200,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 5,300,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable 188,400,600.00 

Tax levy of year 1960 86,940,200.00 

Other revenue 101,460,400.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expendi- 
tures (exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 

I960) $193,700,600.00 



Estimates of Corporate Revenue for 1960 Other Than from Property Taxes 



Municipal Reference Library: 

Sale of books and pamphlets $ 500.00 

City Clerk: 

Licenses — Miscellaneous 5,750,000.00 

Licenses — Beverages 8,715,000.00 

Licenses^ — Other 80,000.00 

Department of Finance: 

City Market 7,500.00 

Compensation — Use of Public Property 375,000.00 

Compensation — Public Utilities 17,770,000.00 

Leases and Rents 65,000.00 

Foreign Fire Insurance 765,000.00 

Amusement Tax 1,225,000.00 

Municipal Retailers' Occupation Tax 22,996,000.00 

Municipal Public Utilities Tax 12,780,000.00 

Vacation of Streets and Alleys . 200,000.00 

Interest 150,000.00 

Sale of land and buildings ' 125,000.00 

Reimbursements from: 

City Transit Fund 15,000.00 

Forestry Fund 25,000.00 

Motor Fuel Tax Fund 350,000.00 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund. . 98,820.00 

Vehicle Tax Fund 7,730,000.00 

Water Fund 1,650,000.00 

Parking Revenue Fund 332,400.00 

O'Hare Airport Revenue Fund 810,480.00 

O'Hare Airport Revenue Bonds 15,000.00 

Receipts from Special Assessments Fund. . . . 25,000.00 

Payments in Lieu of Taxes 625,000.00 

Parking Meter Revenue (PD) 140,000.00 

Other 350,000.00 

City Collector 16,000.00 

Department of Law 12,000.00 

Civil Service Commission 60,000.00 

Department of Purchases: 

Sale of old material 25,000.00 

Board of Election Commissioners 1,000.00 



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Estimate No. 1. Continued 

Estimates of Corporate Revenue for 1960 Other Than from Property Taxes- 
Continued 



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Municipal Court: 

Court Costs and Fines 

Charges Against Cook County 

House of Correction 

Board of Healtii: 

Birth and Death Certificates 

Other 

Commission on Rehabilitation 

Police Department: 

Moving Picture films 

Other 

Fire Department 

Multiple Dwelling — Registrations 

Building Department: 

Building Permits 

Building Inspection 

Elevator Inspection 

Ventilation Inspection 

Electrical Inspection 

Other Inspection 

Department of Steam Boilers: 

Boiler and Refrigeration Inspection 

Permits, Licenses, and other 

Department of Weights and Measures 

Department of Air Pollution 

Boards of Examiners 

Public Vehicle License Commission: 

Public passenger vehicle Licenses 

Taximeter Inspection 

Operators of Public Motor Vehicles 

Depai-tment of Streets and Sanitation: 

Bureau of Streets: 

Driveways 

Maintenance and cleaning — State Highways 
Other 

Bureau of Electricity: 

Reimbursement of expense and other 

Bureau of Street Traffic 

Board of Local Improvements 

Department of Public Works: 

Bureau of Engineering: 

Reimbursement and other 

Bureau of Maps and Plats 

Bureau of Architecture and Building Main- 
tenance: 

Sale of Heat and other 

Bureau of Rivers and Harbors: 
Harbors: 

Reimbursement of Expense and other . . 
Navy Pier: 

Rental 

Reimbursement of Expense 

Bureau of Aviation: 

Chicago Midway Airport 

Meigs Field 

Total other Revenue — 

Corporate Purposes Fund 



8,000,000.00 
450,000.00 
35,000.00 

235,000.00 
25,000.00 
20,000.00 

60,000.00 
165,000.00 
65,000.00 
25,000.00 

1,085,000.00 
290,000.00 
207,700.00 
250,000.00 

1,400,000.00 
9,000.00 

650,000.00 
100,000.00 
130,000.00 
230,000.00 
215,000.00 

215,000.00 
30,000.00 
95,000.00 



640,000.00 
10,000.00 
200,000.00 

165,000.00 
55,000.00 
16,000.00 



70,000.00 
13,000.00 



220,000.00 



60,000.00 

375,000.00 
65,000.00 

2,225,000.00 
75,000.00 

$101,460,400.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 2. 

FORESTRY FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $ 1,262,000.00 



Cash $ 367,232.14 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) 894,767.86 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 



Accounts payable 250,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 1,012,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1959 4,899,0100.0-0 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 5,911,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 3. 

CIVIL DEFENSE FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $ 360,000.00 

Cash $ 358,186.28 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) 1,813.72 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 
Accounts payable 10,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 — appropriable for charges • 
and expenditures (exclusive of liabilities at Janu- 
ary 1, 1960) $ 350,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 4. 

LIBRARY FUND— MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $ 1,860,000.00 

Cash $ 515,801.16 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) 1,344,198.84 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable 360,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 1,500,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 6,966,000.00 

Tax levy of year 1960 6,928,000.00 

Miscellaneous receipts 38,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 8,466,000.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 5. 

LIBRARY FUND— BUILDINGS AND SITES 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable $ 388,010.00 

Cash 5 147,610.13 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 



Liabilities at January 1, 1960— to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities 230,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 158,010.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 6^2,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 780,010.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 6. 

MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable $ 2,300,000.00 

Cash $ 646,722.91 



Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) 1,383,277.09 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960— to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable AOO,OOOM 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 1,900,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960— appropriable: 8,717,000.00 

Tax levy of year 1960 7,500,000.00 



Reimbursement from State 40,000.00 

Other revenue 15,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $10,617,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 7. 

CITY RELIEF FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable: 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) ' ' [ ' $ 1,819,233.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 9,798,677.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) ' ; : $11,617,910.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 8. 

JUDGMENT TAX FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable 

Net taxes receivable from levies of prior years 

(per Schedule No. 1) $ 385,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960^ — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 1,250,00^0.00 

Total appropriable for payment of judgments and ~ 

/^^^^^^^ $ 1,635,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: = 

Judgments and interest payable ^ g3g qqq qq 

ESTIMATE NO. 9. 

BOND REDEMPTION AND INTEREST FUND 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 to meet bond and interest 

requirements $40,369,817.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 10. 

POLICEMEN'S ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND 

Revenue of year 1960— appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 $ 8,893,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 11. 

FIREMEN'S ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 $ 7,407,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 12. 

MUNICIPAL EMPLOYES' ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 $ 9,251,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 13. 

LABORERS' AND RETIREMENT BOARD EMPLOYES' 
ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 $ 3,470,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 14, 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION EMPLOYES' PENSION FUND 

Revenue of year 1960— appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 $ 66,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 15. 

PARK EMPLOYES' ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax levy of year 1960 $ 104,327.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 16. 

WATER FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable $18,360,000.00 

Cash $17,760,000.00 

Accounts receivable 600,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960— to be appropriated 14,020,000.00 

Accounts payable 2,080,000.00 

Accrued interest 820,000.00 

Reserve for debt service 11,120,000.00 ^ 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 4,340,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960— appropriable 41,075,000.00 

Water Rates 40,000,000.00 

Miscellaneous 795,000.00 

Bureau of Sewers ^80,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $45,415,000.0 



ESTIMATE NO. 17. 

WATER WORKS SYSTEM CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable: 

Q^^^ $12,800,000.00 

Proceeds from proposed sale of certificates • 60,000,000.00 

Total 72,800,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities 26,000,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $46,800,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 18. 

VEHICLE TAX FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable $ 1,150,000.00 

Qash $ 50,000.00 

Accounts receivable 1 ,100,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960— to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable 450,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 700,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable 22,800,000.00 

Vehicle licenses 21,900,000.00 

Reimbursement of expense 300,000.00 

Reimbursement from Motor Fuel Tax Fund 275,000.00 

Reimbursement for State highway maintenance (PD) 140,000.00 

Street repair permits (PD) 100,000.00 

Other revenue 85,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $23,500,000.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 19. 

MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $29,000,00^0.00 

Cash $15,000,000.00 

Cash receivable from State 14,000,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities 22 OOO 000 00 

Surplus at January 1,1960 7,000,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable 20,500,000.00 

Distributive share of State Motor Fuel Tax 20,300,000.00 

Interest and other 200,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures (ex- 

elusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $27,500,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 20. 

PENALTIES AND INTEREST ON SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FUND 



$ 100,000.00 



Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable: 

Cash 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Tax redemptions 50,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures (ex- 

elusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 150,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 21. 

CITY TRACTION FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable: 

Cash $ 51,000.00 



ESTIMATE NO. 22. 

CITY TRANSIT FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $ 600,000.00 

Cash $ 570,000.00 

Accounts receivable 30,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable 40,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 560,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Reimbursement from Chicago Transit Authority for 

subv^ay transportation equipment 291,336.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures (ex- 

elusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 851,336.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 23. 

PARKING REVENUE FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960— appropriable $ 2,237,000.00 

Cash and securities $ 2,087,800.00 

Accounts receivable 149,200.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960— to be appropriated: 
Accounts payable and contract liabilities 600,000.00 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 1,637,000.00 

Revenue of year 1960— appropriable 5,825,000.00 

On-street parking meter collections 2,500,000.00 

Off-street parking revenue 3,325,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures 

(exclusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 7,462,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 24. 

CHICAGO PARKING FACILITY REVENUE BONDS 
CONSTRUCTION FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable: 

Cash $ 104,378.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities 104,378.00 

Total appropriable from Construction Fund for 

charges and expenditures (exclusive of liabilities at 

January 1, 1960) -0- 

ESTIMATE NO. 25. 

CALUMET SKYWAY TOLL BRIDGE REVENUE BONDS 
CONSTRUCTION FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable: 

Cash and securities $ 3,605,290.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities 87,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures (ex- 
clusive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $ 3,518,290.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 26. 

CALUMET SKYWAY REVENUE FUND 

Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable $ 40,000.00 

Cash $ 31,881.00 

Accounts receivable 8,119.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable '^^'Q^Q-^^ 

Surplus at January 1, 1960 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable: 

Revenue from operation of Calumet Skyway Toll Road 2,100,000.00 

Total appropriable for charges and expenditures (exclu- 
sive of liabilities at January 1, 1960) $2,100,00-0.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 27. 

CfflCAGO-O'HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REVENUE FUND 

Revenue of year 1960 — appropriable for charges 
and expenditures: 

Revenue from operation of Airport $ 2,450,000.00 



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ESTIMATE NO. 27-A 

CHICAGO-O'HAKE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REVENUE BONDS 
CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS 



Current assets at January 1, 1960 — appropriable: 
Cash and securities, plus accrued interest 

and discount $96,100,000.00 

Liabilities at January 1, 1960 — to be appropriated: 

Accounts payable and contract liabilities 15,500,000.00 

Total appropriable from construction accounts for 
charges and expenditures (exclusive of liabilities at 

January 1, 1960) $80,600,000.00 

ESTIMATE NO. 28. 



GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDS 
Estimate of Appropriable Resources at January 1, 1960 

Amounts 







Unsold Bonds and 


Total 


Liabilities 


Appropriable 




Cash 


Receivables* 


Resources 


at Jan, 1, 1960 


for 1960 


$ 

Slum Clearance — -1945 


20,000. 


$ 

-0- 


$ 

20,000. 


$ 

-0- 


$ 

20,000. 


Slum Clearance — 1957 


150,000. 


9,850,000. 


10,000,000. 


4,850,000. 


5,150,000. 


Rehousing — 1947 


955,000. 


-0- 


955,000. 


-0- 


955,000. 


Community Conservation Areas — 1957. 


1,120,000. 


7,600,000. 


8,720,000. 


20,000. 


8,700,000. 


Fire Department Equipment — 1957. . . . 


300,000. 


500,000. 


800,000. 


230,000. 


570,000. 


Refuse Disposal — 1953 


1,190,000. 


1,010,000. 


2,200,000. 


-0- 


2,200,000. 


Refuse Disposal — 1957 


100,000. 


8,900,000. 


9,000,000. 


-0- 


9,000,000. 


Fire Alarm System — 1959 


-0- 


3,000.000. 


3,000,000. 


-0- 


3,000,000. 


Electric Street Lighting — 1955 


868,000. 


-0- 


868,000. 


454,000. 


414,000. 


Electric Street Lighting — 1958 


4,500,000 


-0- 


4,500,000. 


4,000,000. 


500,000. 


Electric Street Lighting — 1959 


-0- 


25,000,000. 


25,000,000. 


-0- 


25,000,000. 


Police and Fire Department 












Building — 1951 


300,000. 


-0- 


300,000. 


80,000. 


220,000. 


House of Correction — 1952 


800,000. 


-0- 


800,000. 


600,000. 


200,000. 


House of Correction — 1957 


100,000. 


900,000. 


1,000,000. 


-0- 


1,000,000. 


Central Heating Plant — 1953 


200,000. 


-0- 


200,000. 


130,000. 


70,000. 


Municipal Buildings — 1957 


1,000,000. 


6,200,000. 


7,200,000. 


1,300,000. 


5,900,000. 


Municipal Buildings — 1959 


-0- 


2,000,000. 


2,000,000. 


-0- 


2,000,000. 


Docks and Piers — -1957 


1,050,000 


-0- 


1,050,000. 


800,000. 


250,000. 


Dock and Pier — 1959 


-0- 


6,000,000. 


6,000,000. 


-0- 


6,000,000. 


Bridge Construction — 1951 


128,726. 


-0- 


128,726. 


-0- 


128,726. 


Robey Street Improvement — 1939 .... 


1,170. 


-0- 


1,170. 


-0- 


1,170. 


Bridge Construction — 1953 


2,500,000. 


-0- 


2,500,000. 


2,500,000. 


-0- 


Bridge and Viaduct — 1957 


3,500,000. 


9,200,000. 


12,700,000. 


10,900,000. 


1,800,000. 


Bridge, Grade Separation and 












Viaduct — 1959 


-0- 


15,000,000. 


15,000,000. 


-0- 


15,000,000. 


Superhighway — 1947 


1,000,000. 


1,200,000.* 


2,200,000. 


100,000. 


2,100,000'. 


Superhighway — 1952 


1,000,000. 


12,000,000.* 


13,000,000. 


1,500,000. 


11,500,000. 


Subway — 1952 


2,100,000. 


3,600,000. 


5,700,000. 


-0- 


5,700,000. 


Median Strips — Superhighways — 1 957. 


1,350,000. 


8,500,000. 


9,850,000. 


-0- 


9,850,000. 


Playground and Recreation — 1957 .... 


2,500,000. 


-0- 


2,500,000. 


2,200,000. 


300,000. 


Airport — 1945 


58,000. 


-0- 


58,000. 


2,000. 


56,000. 


Airport — 1957 


3,120,000. 


4,180,000. 


7,300,000. 


200,000. 


7,100,000. 


Sewer — 1947 


350,000. 


-0- 


350,000. 


350,000. 


-0- 


Sewer — 1955 


1,330,000. 


4,970,000. 


6,300,000. 


6,300,000. 


-0- 


Sewer — 1957 


1,100,000. 


6,900,000. 


8,000,000. 


4,000,000. 


4,000,000. 


Sewer — 1959 


-0- 


15,000,000. 


15,000,000. 


-0- 


15,000,000. 


Corporate Bond Surplus Account 


280,000. 


-0- 


280,000. 


272,000. 


8,000. 


TOTALS $32,970,896. 


$151,510,000. 


$184,480,896 


$40,788,000. 


$143,692,896. 


^Receivables: 












Superhighway— 1947— Reimbursement 


— Federal. . 


$ 1,200,000.' 








Superhighway — 1952 — Reimbursement 


— Federal . . 


12,000,000. 









Total Receivables 13,200,000. 



Unsold Bonds 138,310,000. 

Total $151,510,000. 



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SCHEDULE NO. 1 



SCHEDULE OF ESTIMATE OF NET TAXES RECEIVABLE 
AS OF JANUARY 1, 1960 



Year 

of Levy 



Taxes 

Extended 



CORPORATE FUND: 



1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
Totals 



$ 41,047,873.74 
45,579,683.52 
52,895,879.88 
53,234,104.30 
53,154,622.45 
53,251,152.65 
53,091,876.15 
53,107,830.01 
59,594,773.80 
72,639,784.00 

$537,597,580.50 



Cosh 
Received* 



$ 37,756. 
41,477, 
49,073 
49,669, 
49,968, 
48,904 
48,939 
49,001 
53,762 
65, .37 5 



068.35 
694.80 
,812.21 
392.01 
688.43 
,229.66 
,932.73 
,382.58 
,988.17 
,805.00*t 



$493,929,993.94 



Reserve for 
Loss & Cost 



$ 3,287,934.69 
4,093,055.58 
3,808,503.35 
3,540,067.94 
3,162,700.04 
3,993,836.45 
3,981,890.71 
3,983,087.25 
4,469,608.04 
5,447,984.00 

$39^768,668.05 



Net Taxes 
Receivable 



; 3,870.70 
8,933.14 
13,564.32 
24,644.35 
23,2.33.98 
353,086.54 
170,052.71 
123,360.18 
1,362,177.59 
1,815,995.00 



5,898,918.51 



FORESTRY FUND: 

iq^i S 1 999 994 26 $ 1,819,969.45 $ 179,599.48 $ 425.33 

|qS * 2 799 948 51 2 597 637.74 201,596.29 714,48 

1 943 954 00 1,813,782.16 129,272.94 898.90 

1 94.5 2.54 47 1,828 659.43 115,742.64 852.40 

2 777 935 52 2 551 172.30 208,345.16 18,418.06 
nil Ifmfslil 3 145 550.80 255:523.99 10,911.71 

1957 3 845 982 11 3,548,594.90 288,448.66 8,938.55 

1958 4 099 962 72 3,698,757.09 307,497.20 93,708.43 
^959 4 908 000 00 3,780:000.00^'^ 368,100.00 759,900.00 
Totals $"2^7285018:09 $"24,779,123.87 $ 2,054,126.36 $ 894,767.86 



CIVIL DEFENSE FUND: 

,0^0 $ 349,960.75 $ 324,671.54 $ 25,197.17 $ 92.04 

iQ^Q 349 956 98 326 524.25 23,272.14 160.59 

jog 159 980 87 338,399,20 21,418.86 162.81 

lilt 435:944 09 ^401,850.00 32^695^81 1,398.28 

Totals rT495;842:69 $ 1,391,444.99 $ 102,583.98 $ 1.813.72 

PUBLIC LIBRARY MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION FUND: 

$ 3,679,148.39 $ 320,393.58 $ 377.86 

4,003,953.65 395,114.15 867.01 

4,267,607.51 831,198.86 1,177.80 

4,385,203.33 312,544.65 2,171.58 

4 418 237 29 279,646.65 2,059.75 

4,408,091.42 359,993.00 31,822.31 

4,654,998.09 378,743.52 16,172.01 

4 751,755.78 386,247.33 11,961.30 

4,961,783.74 412,499.83 125,714.22 

5,187,!S00.00 ^' 514,003.00 1,151,875.00 

$ 44,718,279.20 $ 3,690,384.57 $1,344,198.84 



1950 


$ 3,999,919.83 


1951 


4,399,934.81 


1952 


4,599,984.17 


1953 


4,699,919.56 


1954 


4,699,943.69 


1955 


4,799,906.73 


1956 


5,049,913.62 


1957 


5,149,964.41 


1958 


5,499,997.79 


1959 


6,853,378.00 


Totals 


$ 49,752,862.61 



PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING FUND: 

1950 $ 249,924.03 $ 229,879.71 $ 20,018.91 $ 25.41 

1951 249 955.48 227,433.22 22,446.00 76.26 

1952 249,934.46 231,871.89 17,995.28 67.29 

1953 249,956.83 233,216.38 1«'622.13 118.32 

1954 249 967.38 2.34,989.02 14,873.06 105.30 

1955 249,934.87 229,533.15 18,745.12 1,656.60 

1956 249,906.05 230,358.33 18,742.95 804.77 

1957 249,920.12 230,596.32 18,744.01 579.79 

1958 249,964.27 225,500.82 18,747.32 

1959 250:000.G0 -0- 18,750.00 231,250.00 
Totals $ 2,499,463.49 $ 2,073,378.84 $ 185,684.78 $ 240,399.87 



MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM FUND: 

$ 4,1.39,062.28 $ 360,444.40 $ 423.40 

4,095,009.75 404,098.84 878.50 

4,870,593.21 377,995.41 1,347.65 

4,898,407.21 349,122.60 2,434.04 

5,170,.321.33 327,248.72 2,408.50 

5,051,002.11 412,497.53 36,467.37 

5,069,809.14 412,493.57 17,611.62 

5,074,645.21 412,493.36 12,772.91 

6,765,981.71 562,493.09 171,433.10 

5,800,000.00 * 562.500.00 1,137,.500.00 

$ 50,9.34,8"31.95 $ 4,181,387.52 $1,383,277.09 



1950 $ 


4,499,930.08 


1951 


4,499,987.09 


1952 


5,249,936.27 


19.53 


5,249,963.85 


1954 


5,499,978.55 


1955 


5,499.967.01 


1956 


5,499,914.33 


1957 


5,499,911.48 


1958 


7,499,907.90 


1959 


7,500,000.00 


Totals $ 


56,499,496.56 



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Schedule No. 1 — Estimate of Net Taxes Receivable — Continued 



Year 
of Levy 



Taxes 
Extended 



CITY RELIEF FUND: 



1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
Totals 



$ 3,999,919.88 
5,999,982.79 
8,109,130.45 
8,703,232.41 
8,703,599.43 
8,703,202.45 
8,703,598.62 
9,332,838.06 
9,433,970.90 
9,816,187.00 

$ 81,505,661.94 



Cash 
Received * 



$ 3,679,148.39 
5,459,972.82 
7,523,198.17 
8,120,437.14 
8,181,933.17 
7,992,753.51 
8,022,955.29 
8,611,191.64 
8,510,785.64 
7,595,140.00''^ 

$ 73,697,515.77 



Reserve for 
Loss & Cost 



$ 320,393.58 
538,798.45 
583,857.39 
578,764.96 
517,864.17 
652,740.18 
652,769.90 
699,962.85 
707,547.82 
736,214.00 

$ 5,988,913.30 



Net Taxes 
Receivable 



; 377.86 
1,211.52 
2,074.89 
4,030.31 
3,802.09 
57,708.76 
27,873.43 
21,683.57 
215,637.44 
1,4-84,8:.;3.U0 



$1,819,232.87 



JUDGMENT TAX FUND: 



1950 


$ 1,096,681.58 


$ 1,008,730.83 


$ 87,844.19 


$ 106.56 


1951 


1,249,952.61 


1,137,454.36 


112,245.74 


252.51 


1952 


768,005.88 


712,517.33 


55,296.42 


192.13 


1953 


669,887.80 


625,028.45 


44,547.54 


311.81 


1954 


1,249,923.92 


1,175,011.38 


74,370.47 


542.07 


1955 


899,970.84 


826,502.79 


67,497.81 


5,970.24 


1956 


1,249,907.63 


1,152,160.67 


93,743.07 


4,003.89 


1957 


1,249,993.27 


1,153,341.41 


93,749.50 


2,902.36 


1958 


1,999,910.12 


1,804,197.95 


149,993.26 


45,718.91 


1959 


2,000,000.00 


1,525,000.00* 


150,000.00 


325,000.00 


Totals 


$12,434,233.65 


$ 11,119,945.17 


$ 929,288.00 


$ 385,000.48 



*Includes estimates of tax warrants unpaid and interest to be paid as follows: 

Tax Warrants Interest Totals 

Corporate Fund $52,967,565.00 $ 400,000.00 $53,367,565.00 

Forestry Fund 3,680,000.00 100,000.00 3,780,000.00 

Judgment Tax Fund 1,500,000.00 25,000.00 1,525,000.00 

City Relief Fund 7,362,140.00 233,000.00 7,595,140.00 

Public Library Fund 5,137,500.00 150,000.00 5,287,500.00 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium 

Fund 5,625,000.00 175,000.00 5,800,000.00 

Totals $ 76,272,205.00 $ 1,083,000.00 $77,355,205.00 

tCash received for Corporate Fund includes from the Working Cash Fund as follows: 
1959 Taxes $12,008,240.00 



Appropriation for Liesbiiities at Jonuary 1, 1960 

For liabilities (including liabilities on contracts) at January 1, 1960 in 
accordance with the estimates thereof for the several funds as follows: 



Estimate Amounts 

No. Appropriated 

1. Corporate Fund $ 8,200,000.00 

2. Forestry Fund 250,000.00 

3. Civil Defense Fund 10,000.00 

4. Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation 360,000.00 

5. Library Fund — Buildings and Sites 230,000.00 

6. Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 400,000.00 

8. Judgment Tax Fund (appropriated for under Appro- 
priations for Expenditures). 

16. Water Fund 14,020,000.00 

17. Water Works System Certificates of Indebtedness Fund. . 26,000,000.00 

18. Vehicle Tax Fund 450,000.00 

19. Motor Fuel Tax Fund 22,000,000.00 

22. City Transit Fund 40,000.00 

23. Parking Revenue Fund 600,000.00 

24. Parking Revenue Bonds — Construction Fund 104,378.00 

25. Calumet Skyway Revenue Bonds — Construction Fund.. 87,000.00 

26. Calumet Skyway Revenue Fund 40,000.00 

27-A. O'Hare Airport Revenue Bonds — Construction Accounts . 15,500,000.00 

28. General Obligation Bond Funds 40,788,000.00 

Total for liabilities at January 1, 1960 $129,079,378.00 



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100 — Corporate Fund. 

Appropriations for expendifyres for the fiscal year 
BegiMii^ig Jas^wory 1. 1%0 and ©ndisig 
December 31. 1960 

No. 1. CORPORATE PURPOSES FUND — 100 

MAYOR'S OFFICE 

Code 

1110.000 For personal services 

1110.100 For contractual services 

1110.300 For commodities 

Total for Mayor's Office 



Mayor's Office of Inquiry and Information. 

1120.000 For personal services 

1120.100 For contractual services 

1120.300 For commodities 

1120.700 For contingencies 

Total for Mayor's Office of Inquiry and 
Information 



Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 

225,679.00 
9,750.00 
14,000.00 
249,429.00 



56,797.00 
750.00 
4,000.00 
500.00 



62,047.00 



Mayor's Office — Budgetary Division. 

1140.000 For personal services 203,688.00 

1140.100 For contractual services 31,350.00 

1140.200 For travel o'^nn nn 

1140.300 For commodities 2,500.00 

1140.700 For contingencies ^^^-^^ 

Total for Budgetary Division 240,708.00 



CITY COUNCIL. 

1210.000 For personal services 675,444.00 

1210.200 For travel 32,400.00 

For operating expense of the offices of the Aldermen 

1210.801 in connection with their official duties - 150,000.00 

Total for City Council • ^ 857,844.00 



City Council Legislative Reference Bureau. 

1280.000 For personal services 24,972.00 

1280.100 For contractual services 1,500.00 

1280.200 For travel 500.00 

1280.300 For commodities ^QQ-QQ 

Total for City Council Legislative Reference 

Bureau 27,772.00 



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100 — Corporate Fund. 
City Council Committees. 

CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES. 



Committee on Finance. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

1230.000 For personal services 168,668.00 

1230.100 For contractual services 1,100.00 

1230.300 For commodities 2,000.00 

1230.700 For contingencies 3,900.00 

Total for Committee on Finance 175,668.00 



Committee on Buildings and Zoning. 

1224.000 For personal services 56,700.00 

1224.100 For contractual services 12,350.00 

1224.200 For travel 2,550.00 

1224.300 For commodities 650.00 

1224.400 For equipment 900.00 

1224.700 For contingencies . 1,000.00 

1224.802 For review of Zoning Ordinance 2,000.00 

Total for Committee on Buildings and Zoning. . . 76,150.00 



Committee on Aviation. 

1222.000 For personal services 32,356.00 

1222.100 For contractual services 250.00 

1222.200 For travel 1,000.00 

1222.300 For commodities 250.00 

1222.700 For contingencies 500.00 

Total for Committee on Aviation 34,356.00 



Committee on Committees and Rules. 

1226.000 For personal services 24,255.00 

1226.100 For contractual services 250.00 

1226.300 For commodities 250.00 

1226.801 For redistricting expense 7,500.00 

Total for Committee on Committees and Rules . . . 32,255.00 



Committee on Forestry and Recreation. 

1234.000 For personal services 10,188.00 

1234.100 For contractual services 160.00 

Total for Committee on Forestry and Recreation. 10,348.00 



Committee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges. 

1236.000 For personal services 12,128.00 

1236.100 For contractual services 150.00 

1236.300 For commodities 150.00 

Total for Committee on Harbors, Wharves and 

Bridges 12,428.00 



Committee on Health. 

1238.000 For personal services 14,982.00 

1238.100 For contractual services 214.00 

1238.300 For commodities 200.00 

Total for Committee on Health 15,396.00 



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1285 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

City Council Conunittees (Continued). 

Committee on Judiciary and State Legislation. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

1242.000 For personal services 12,020.00 

1242.100 For contractual services 160.00 

1242.801 Expense in attending sessions of State Legislature . . 1,000.00 
Total for Committee on Judiciary and State 

Legislation 13,180.00 



Committee on License. 

1244.000 For personal services 13,726.00 

1244.100 For contractual services 125.00 

1244.300 For commodities ^^5.00 

Total for Committee on License 13,976.00 



Committee on Local Industries, Streets and Alleys. 

1246.000 For personal services 17,090.00 

1246.100 For contractual services 250.00 

1246.300 For commodities 250.00 

Total for Committee on Local Industries, Streets 

and Alleys 17,590.00 



Committee on Local Transportation. 

1248.000 For personal services 6,624.00 

Total for Committee on Local Transportation 6,624.00 



Committee on Planning and Housing. 

1250.000 For personal services 35,060.00 

1250.100 For contractual services 250.00 

1250.300 For commodities 250.00 

1250.700 For contingencies 1,500:00 

Total for Committee on Planning and Housing . . . 37,060.00 



Committee on Police, Fire, Civil Service, Schools 
and Municipal Institutions. 

1252.000 For personal services 12,900.00 

1252.100 For contractual services 150.00 

1252.300 For commodities 150.00 

Total for Committee on Police, Fire, Civil Service, 

Schools and Municipal Institutions 13,200.00 



Committee on Utilities. 

For the employment of Accountants, Attorneys, 
Engineers, and other persons as may be required. 

1260.000 For personal services 46,300.00 

1260.100 For contractual services 500.00 

1260.300 For commodities 500.00 

1260.700 For contingencies 2,000.00 

Total for Committee on Utilities 49,300.00 



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100 — Corporate Fund. 



BOARDS OF EXAMINERS. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

4830.000 For personal services 95,904.00 

4830.200 For travel 2,500.00 

For operating expense : Board of Examiners of Mason 

4830.801 Contractors 1,100.00 

For operating expense: Board of Examiners of 

4830.802 Plumbers 1,100.00 

For operating expense: Board of Examiners of Sta- 

4830.803 tionary Engineers 1,100.00 

For operating expense: Board of Examiners of 

4830.804 Motion Picture Projection Machine Operators . . . 115.00 

Total for Boards of Examiners 101,819.00 



MAYOR'S COMMISSION FOR SENIOR CITIZENS. 



1164.000 For personal services 22,884.00 

1164.100 For contractual services 5,500.00 

1164.200 For travel 500.00 

1164.300 For commodities 500.00 

1164.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

1164.801 For horticultural therapy project 2,000.00 

1164.802 For retired teachers' program 10,000.00 

Total for Mayor's Commission for Senior Citizens 42,384.00 



COMMISSION ON YOUTH WELFARE 



3450.000 For personal services 266,475.00 

3450.100 For contractual services 28,975.00 

3450.200 For travel 3,950.00 

3450.300 For commodities 2,000.00 

3450.400 For equipment 4,100.00 

3450.700 For contingencies 1,500.00 

Total for Commission on Youth Welfare 307,000.00 



COMMUNITY CONSERVATION BOARD OF CHICAGO. 



1320.000 For personal services 217,889.00 

1320.100 For contractual services 24,300.00 

1320.200 For travel 8,640.00 

1320.300 For commodities 11,000.00 

1320.700 For contingencies 4,000.00 

Total for Community Conservation Board 265,829.00 



COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS. 



3410.000 For personal services 157,367.00 

3410.100 For contractual services 23,200.00 

3410.200 For travel 4,400.00 

3410.300 For commodities 3,500.00 

3410.700 For contingencies 1,500.00 

3410.801 For expense of newcomers activities 50,000.00 

Total for Commission on Human Relations 239,967.00 



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UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1287 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 
$ 

NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION. 

1330.000 For personal services 23,020.00 

1330.100 For contractual services 850.00 

1330.200 For travel 500.00 

1330.300 For commodities 1,000.00 

Total for Neighborhood Redevelopment 

Commission 25,370.00 



LICENSE APPEAL COMMISSION. 

4870.000 For personal services 12,138.00 

4870.100 For contractual services 7,500.00 

4870.700 For contingencies 500.00 

Total for License Appeal Commission 20,138.00 



PUBLIC VEHICLE LICENSE COMMISSION. 

4850.000 For personal services 117,583.00 

4850.100 For contractual services 2,300.00 

4850.200 For travel 1,500.00 

4850.300 For commodities 4,400.00 

4850.400 For equipment 2,500.00 

Total for Public Vehicle License Commission . . 128,283.00 



COMMISSION FOR THE REHABILITATION OF PERSONS. 

3440.000 For personal services 175,522.00 

3440.100 For contractual services 5,000.00 

3440.200 For travel 1,200.00 

3440.300 For commodities 41,600.00 

3440.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for Commission on Rehabilitation of Per- 
sons 224,322.00 



LOCAL LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSIONER. 

(To be expended under the direction of the Mayor.) 

4860.000 For personal services 25,190.00 

4860.100 For contractual services 25,750.00 

4860.700 For contingencies 500.00 

Total for Local Liquor Control Commissioner . . 51,440.00 



ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS. 

4330.000 For personal services 72,888.00 

4330.100 For contractual services 4,500.00 

4330.200 For travel 500.00 

4330.300 For commodities 2,000.00 

Total for Zoning Board of Appeals 79,888.00 



DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING. 

1310.000 For personal services 532,039.00 

1310.100 For contractual services 103,500.00 

1310.200 For travel 5,500.00 

1310.300 For commodities 14,500.00 

1310.700 For contingencies 5,000.00 

1310.803 For payment to Northeastern Illinois Metropohtan 

Area Planning Commission 25,000.00 

Total for Department of City Planning 685,539.00 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

CITY CLEKK. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

1410.000 For personal services 323,635.00 

1410.100 For contractual services 173,300.00 

1410.200 For travel 700.00 

1410.300 For commodities 20,000.00 

Total for City Clerk 517,635.00 



DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION. 



1168.000 For personal services 81,928.00 

1168.100 For contractual services 9,800.00 

1168.200 For travel 2,500.00 

1168.300 For commodities 750.00 

1168.700 For contingencies 2,000.00 

Total for Department of Investigation 96,978.00 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. 



CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. 

1510.000 For personal services 1,158,615.00 

1510.100 For contractual services 202,100.00 

1510.200 For travel 9,700.00 

1510.300 For commodities 93,000.00 

1510.400 For equipment 1,650.00 

1510.500 For permanent improvements 40,000.00 

1510.700 For contingencies 5,000.00 

Total for City Comptroller's Office 1,514,065.00 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— GENERAL. 

Adjustment in salaries of transferred, reinstated, 

.035 promoted and reclassified employes 25,000.00 

For adjustments in wages of per diem employes to 
conform with prevailing rates, when approved by 

.040 the City Council 15,000.00 

9112.000 For personal services 40,000.00 

.125 Office and building services 2,500.00 

.128 Fees and services (paying agency fees) 14,500.00 

.142 Auditing 35,000.00 

.145 Legal (opinions on tax anticipation warrants) 15,000.00 

.150 Publications 25,000.00 

.150 Publications — reprint City Code 32,000.00 

.155 Rental of property 90,000.00 

.166 Subscriptions and dues 10,500.00 

.170 Surety bond premiums 25,000.00 

.184 Heat, light and power (Municipal) 150,000.00 

.186 Telephone 1,000.00 

.188 Telegraph 19,000.00 

9112.100 For contractual services 419,500.00 

Furniture and fixtures chargeable to the Corporate 
Fund, exclusive of the Board of Election Commis- 
sioners and the Municipal Court: To be expended 
under the direction of the Budget Director on 
departmental requisitions and to be accounted for 
by departments, bureaus and divisions as ex- 

.420 pended 75,000.00 

9112.400 For equipment 75,000.00 



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100 — Corporate Fund. 
Department of Finance — General. 

Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



For acquisition of property not otherwise provided 
for: To be expended under the direction of the 

.610 City Council 15,000.00 

Expense incidental to purchase, sale or condemna- 

.640 tion 

9112.600 For land 25,000.00 

Contingent and other expense for corporate pur- 
poses not otherwise provided for: To be expended 

,710 under the direction of the Mayor 65,000.00 

For contingent expense authorized by the Committee 

.720 on Finance 13,000.00 

Contingent and other expense for corporate pur- 
poses not otherwise provided for: To be expended 
under the direction of the City Council and City 

.730 Comptroller ^__25^000^ 

9112.700 For contingencies 103,000.00 

For the analysis and implementation of improve- 
ments in departmental operations and management 
and personnel practices and controls: To be ex- 

9112.801 pended under the direction of the Mayor 75,000.00 

For payment of emergency shelter, hospital and 
medical expenses in the reception and care of 

9112.922 abandoned infant children 12,000.00 

For payment of emergency shelter, hospital and 
medical expenses in the reception and care of de- 

9112.924 pendent or neglected children 6,250.00 

For payment of emergency shelter, hospital and 
medical expenses in the reception and care of des- 

9112.926 titute crippled children 3,000.00 

Claims for damages and liabilities against the City 
9112.934 when ordered paid by the City Council 100,000.00 

9112.936 Claims under Workmen's Compensation Act 450,000.00 

For payment of claims for hospital and medical ex- 
penses of City employes injured in the actual per- 
formance of their duties who are not included in 

the provisions of the Workmen's Compensation ^„Knnnnn 

9112.937 Act, as may be ordered by the City Council 175,000.0U 

For payment to dependents of policemen and fire- 
men killed or fatally injured in the performance 

of duty in accordance with the Act of the General 
Assembly of the State of Illinois, entitled: "An 
Act, authorizing cities and villages to provide for 
the payments of allowances of money to the fami- 
lies or dependents of policemen or firemen killed 
or fatally injured while in the performance of 
their duties," approved June 27, 1921, as amended, 
and the ordinance of the City Council based 

9112.940 thereon 120,000.00 

For payments to City pension funds in lieu of con- 
tributions by officers and employes on leave of ab- 
sence for training or service in the land or naval 

9112.972 forces or merchant marine of the United States . . 5,000.00 
For maintenance and operating expense of reading 

9112.980 room at 921 W. Madison Street 22,500.00 

For expense in connection with recognition and 
awards to citizens of Chicago for acts of heroism: 

9112.982 To be expended on order of the City Council 1,000.00 



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December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund. 
Department of Finance — General. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

9112.984 Taxes and assessments on City property 10,000.00 

For refunds for cancelled voucher warrants and pay- 
roll checks and for refunding duplicate payments 

9112.990 and payments made in error 10,000.00 

9112.992 For servicing parking meters (Park District) 40,000.00 

9112.802 For purchase of parking meters (PD) 95,000.00 

Total for General 1,787,250.00 



9114.960 For loss and cost in collection of taxes 6,955,216.00 



CITY TREASURER. 

1530.000 For personal services 169,572.00 

1530.100 For contractual services 41,722.00 

1530.300 For commodities 4,000.00 

1530.700 For contingencies 500.00 

Total for City Treasurer 215,794.00 



CITY COLLECTOR. 

1540.000 For personal services 621,439.00 

1540.100 For contractual services 13,600.00 

1540.200 For travel 14,000.00 

1540.300 For commodities 12,000.00 

1540.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for City Collector 662,039.00 



DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

1610.000 For personal services 1,050,117.00 

1610.100 For contractual services 364,700.00 

1610.200 For travel 32,000.00 

1610.300 For commodities 30,000.00 

1610.600 For land 20,000.00 

1610.700 For contingencies 5,000.00 

Total for Department of Law 1,501,817.00 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. 

1710.000 For personal services 431,187.00 

1710.100 For contractual services 27,300.00 

1710.200 For travel 1,700.00 

1710.300 For commodities 8,250.00 

1710.700 For contingencies 500.00 

1710.801 For payment of expense incident to classification . . . 5,000.00 

Total for Civil Service Commission 473,937.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASES, CONTRACTS AND SUPPLIES. 

1810.000 For personal services 1,330,644.00 

1810.100 For contractual services 103,427.00 

1810.200 For travel 40,677.00 

1810.300 For commodities 42,850.00 

1810.400 For equipment 25,840.00 

1810.700 For contingencies 5,000.00 

Total for Department of Purchases, Contracts 

and Supplies 1,548,438.00 



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1291 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

MUNICIPAL REFERENCE LIBRARY. 

1290.000 For personal services 54,517.00 

1290.100 For contractual services 3,475.00 

1290.200 For travel 325.00 

1290.300 For commodities 5,900.00 

1290.700 For contingencies 200.00 

Total for Municipal Reference Library 64,417.00 



DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION 
AND EMERGENCY TREATMENT. 

1730.000 For personal services 38,200.00 

1730.100 For contractual services 800.00 

1730.200 For travel 840.00 

1730.300 For commodities 3,200.00 

1730.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for Department of Medical Examination 

and Emergency Treatment 44,040.00 



BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. 

1910.000 For personal services 1,473,934.00 

1910.100 For contractual services 1,671,172.00 

1910.200 For travel 35,000.00 

1910.300 For commodities 129,646.00 

1910.400 For equipment 75,000.00 

1910.500 For permanent improvements 25,000.00 

1910.700 For contingencies 25,000.00 

Total for Board of Election Commissioners 3,434,752.00 



1292 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIIx— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT. 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



2110.000 
2110.100 



For personal services 1 274 743.00 

For contractual services 160 800 00 

2110.200 For travel . 13,300.00 

2110.300 For commodities 16 600 00 

2110.400 For equipment 22'50o"oO 

2110.500 For permanent improvements 20 000.00 

2110.700 For contingencies 5 000.00 

2110.801 Assistance to the needy at Monroe Street Court 2,500.00 

For providing additional facilities for Traffic Court 

2150.*** activities 25,000.00 

Total for Chief Justice — General 1,540,443.00 



Psychiatric Institute. 



2118.000 



For personal services 240,960.00 

2118.100 For contractual services 6 000 00 

2118.200 For travel 1,000.00 

2118.300 For commodities 5 500 00 

2118.400 For equipment 2 000 00 

2138.930 General assistance for the needy 200.00 

Total for Psychiatric Institute 255,660.00 



Social Case Work Service. 



2119.000 



For personal services 411,308.00 

2119.100 For contractual services ....... 7 9(10 00 

2119.200 For travel . li50a00 

2119.300 For commodities 4 000 00 

2119.400 For equipment /_ 5 000 00 

2119.930 General assistance for the needy l,'80o!oO 

Total for Social Case Work Service 431,508.00 

Total for Chief Justice of the Municipal Court. . 2,227,611.00 



CLERK OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT. 

2210.000 For personal services 3,051,484.00 

2210.100 For contractual services 355 260 00 

2210.200 For travel 4!708°00 

2210.300 For commodities 225 800 00 

2210.400 For equipment 88 550 00 

2210.500 For permanent improvements 16,800 00 

2210.700 For contingencies [ _ 500 00 

For expense incidental to evaluation and processing 

2210.801 of backlog of tickets 50,000.00 

Total for Clerk of the Municipal Court 3,793,102.00 



BAILIFF OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT. 



2310.000 



oo.n.^. For personal services 2,050,630.00 

^310.100 For contractual services 87 qoO 00 

2310.200 For travel 99 000 00 

oSn 5nn l""" commodities 35',60o'.00 

2310.400 For equipment 5 qqq qq 

Total for Bailiff of the Municipal Court 2,277,230.00 



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UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1293 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



Main Institution. 

2422.000 For personal services 1,432,434.00 

2422.100 For contractual services 225,040.00 

2422.200 For travel 3,500.00 

2422.300 For commodities 744,100.00 

2422.400 For equipment 15,000.00 

Total for Main Institution 2,420,074.00 

Cermak Memorial Hospital. 

2426.000 For personal services 277,752.00 

2426.100 For contractual services 4,000.00 

2426.200 For travel 500.00 

2426.300 For commodities 47,500.00 

2426.400 For equipment 2,500.00 

2426.700 For contingencies 2,500.00 

Total for Cermak Memorial Hospital 334,752.00 

Farm Colony. 

2424.000 For personal services 66,366.00 

2424.100 For contractual services 5,500.00 

2424.300 For commodities 17,500.00 

2424.400 For equipment 5,000.00 

2424.500 For permanent improvements 7,500.00 

Total for Farm Colony 101,866.00 

Total for House of Correction 2,856,692.00 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

3110.000 For personal services ^'iRi'7in nn 

3110.100 For contractual services on« '/rji^nn 

3110.200 For travel ooo'tno on 

3110.300 For commodities 6zy,ouv.vv 

3110.400 For equipment ^^non nn 

3110.500 For permanent improvements 15,000.00 

For expense incidental to care of tubercular patients : 
To be reimbursed from Municipal Tuberculosis 

3110.801 Sanitarium Fund 98,820.00 

3110.802 For expense of special studies 1,270.00 

3110.803 For special inoculations programs 50,000.00 

3110.804 For BCG programs 25,000.00 

Total for Board of Health 5,713,188.00 

DEPARTMENT OF POLICE. 

4110.000 For personal services 69,217,285.00 

4110.100 For contractual services 1,099,920.00 

4110.200 For travel 2,208.00 

4110.300 For commodities 1,203,000.00 

4110.400 For equipment 1,205,350.00 

For Contingent Fund: To be expended at the dis- 

4110.700 cretion of the Commissioner of Pohce 53,000.00 

4110.801 For operation of a Police Academy, including rentals 5,000.00 

Total for Department of Police 72,792,963.00 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

4210.000 For personal services 28,903,659.00 

4210.100 For contractual services 213,700.00 

4210.200 For travel 6,300.00 

4210.300 For commodities 738,700.00 

4210.400 For equipment 75,500.00 

4210.500 For permanent improvement 50,000.00 

4210.700 For contingencies 10,000.00 

4210.801 For photography and related factors 9,000.00 

For demolition of fire-damaged buildings dangerous 

4210.802 to public security 100,000.00 

Total for Fire Department 30,106,859.00 



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December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS. 

Code Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 

4300.000 For personal services 3,818,641.00 

4300.100 For contractual services 'lin'«nn nn 

.Inn ?nn I'''' '^""^^ ::::::::::::::: 160,995 oo 

tonn fnr. ^^"^"^odities 31,000.00 

4300.400 For equipment 2 000 00 

4300.700 For contingencies . \ 2 000 00 

4300.801 For demolition of buildings 400,000.00 

Total for Department of Buildings 4,525,436.00 

DEPARTMENT FOR THE INSPECTION OF STEAM BOILERS 
UNFIRED PRESSURE VESSELS AND REFRIGERATION. ' 

It^n ?nn 1°'' P^^^""^^ ^^^i^^^ 503,662.00 

4410.100 For contractual services 10 500 00 

ttw ian 5.000.00 

4410.700 For contmgencies 250 00 

Total for Department of Steam Boilers 533412700 

DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASUREsT 

Sin ?nn ^''T''^} "f" 295,825.00 

4510.100 For contractual services iniKnnn 

4510.200 For travel 5 800 00 

4510.300 For commodities Ptnn nr^ 

4510.400 For equipment : 1 onnnn 

4510.700 For contingencies 500 00 

4510.801 For installation of water service to Calibration Plant 2,300.00 

Total for Department of Weights and Measures 331,275.00 

DEPARTMENT OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ~ 

4^0 ^nn I r''^^''"^^ 20,000.00 

4610.200 For travel „^ 

4610.300 For commodities IIJOO 00 

Total for Department of Air Pollution Control 508,159.00 
DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION^ 
COaiMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 

5110.000 For personal services 263 112 00 

5110.100 For contractual services 14 500 00 

^i^nlnn ^l^" ^"^^^^ V.;. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 9,240.00 

5110.300 For commodities g qqq qq 

5110.700 For contingencies 500 00 

Total for Commissioner's Office 295 352 00 

BUREAU OF streets; 

5210.000 For personal services 35 000 00 

BUREAU OF SANITATION. 

5310.000 For personal services 17,677,044.00 

5310.100 For contractual services 5 878 624 00 

5310.200 For travel . ; 'lesioOo'.OO 

5310.300 For commodities 362 000 00 

5310.400 For equipment 12 000 00 

5310.700 For contingencies 10 000 00 

lllVZl Z'''' 200',000'.00 

5314. *** For dead animal removal 42,000 00 

5315. *** For weed control 125 000 00 

Total for Bureau of Sanitation 24,474,668.00 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1295 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

5410.000 For personal services 3,477,042.00 

5410.100 For contractual services 2,572,000.00 

5410.200 For travel 104,000.00 

5410.300 For commodities 820,000.00 

Total for Bureau of Electricity 6,973,042.00 



BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

5910.000 For personal services 618.569.00 

5910.100 For contractual services 24,500.00 

5910.200 For travel 16,500.00 

5910.300 For commodities 13,300.00 

For expense incidental to the construction of public 

5910.801 improvements 10,000.00 

Total for Board of Local Improvements 682,869.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 

6110.000 For personal services 136,694.00 

6110.100 For contractual services 58,600.00 

6110.200 For travel 1,300.00 

6110.300 For commodities 2,500.00 

6110.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for Commissioner's Office 200,094.00 



BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 
General. 

6210.000 For personal services 17,000.00 

6210.100 For contractual services 3,000.00 

6210.200 For travel 400.00 

6210.300 For commodities 1,600.00 

6210.400 For equipment 2,000.00 

6210.801 Maintenance of Chicago Freight Tunnel 50,000.00 

Total for Bureau of Engineering — General 74,000.00 



Bridge Maintenance. 

6250.000 For personal services 70,000.00 

6250.100 For contractual services 378,100.00 

6250.200 For travel 3,363.00 

6250.300 For commodities 9,500.00 

Total for Bridge Maintenance 460,963.00 

Total for Bureau of Engineering 534,963.00 



BUREAU OF MAPS AND PLATS. 

6310.000 For personal services 118,700.00 

6310.100 For contractual services 5,050.00 

6310.200 For travel 45.00 

6310.300 For commodities 2,120.00 

Total for Bureau of Maps and Plats 125,915.00 



BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE. 

Administration. 

6411.000 For personal services 92,286.00 

6411.100 For contractual services 1,500.00 

6411.200 For travel 500.00 

6411.300 For commodities 2,000.00 

Total for Administration 96,286.00 



Provision of Arcliitectural Services. 

6412.000 For personal services 67,526.00 

6412.100 For contractual services 5,000.00 

6412.300 For commodities 1,000.00 



Total for Provision of Architectural Services. . 73,526.00 



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JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

Bureau of Architecture and Building Maintenance — Continued. 

Building Maintenance and Repair — General. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

6414.000 For personal services 1,148,094.00 

6414.100 For contractual services 70,050.00 

6414.200 For travel 7,500.00 

6414.300 For commodities 193,500.00 

6414.400 For equipment 35,000.00 

6414.500 For permanent improvements 130,000.00 

6414.700 For contingencies 5,000.00 

Removal of stairs and entrances of comfort stations 

6414.801 in Garland Court 30,000.00 

6414.804 Repairs to Exhibition Space — Navy Pier 10,000.00 

Elevator maintenance and repair — City-ow^ned build- 

6414.806 ings 22,000.00 

6414.819 Alterations to storerooms 5,000.00 

6414.820 Repairs or replacing roofing. City-owned buildings. . 20,000.00 

Total for Building Maintenance and Repair — 

General 1,676,144.00 



Operation, Maintenance and Repair of Buildings Operated. 

City Hall. 

6421.000 For personal services 1,033,491.00 

6421.100 For contractual services 211,500.00 

6421.300 For commodities 104,000.00 

6421.400 For equipment 4,500.00 

6421.500 For permanent improvements 325,000.00 

6421.821 Cleaning ventilating ducts 30,000.00 

6421.822 Close tunnel opening 10,000.00 

Total for City Hall 1,718,491.00 

Central Police and Courts Building, 

6422.000 For personal services 453,240.00 

6422.100 For contractual services 43,000.00 

6422.300 For commodities 35,500.00 

6422.400 For equipment 1,000.00 

6422.500 For permanent improvements 10,000.00 

Total for Central Police and Courts Building 542,740.00 



Police Garage Building. 

6423.000 For personal services 90,994.00 

6423.100 For contractual services 10,750.00 

6423.300 For commodities 7,000.00 

6423.400 For equipment 1,000.00 

Total for Police Garage Building 109,744.00 

Hubbard Street Building. 

6424.000 For personal services 226,980.00 

6424.100 For contractual services 15,800.00 

6424.300 For commodities 17,750.00 

6424.400 For equipment 1,000.00 

Total for Hubbard Street Building 261,530.00 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1297 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

Bureau of Architecture and Building Maintenance — Continued. 

Board of Health Clinic. 

Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



6425.000 For personal services I'nnn nn 

6425.100 For contractual services 5,000.00 

6425.300 For commodities 6,500.00 

Total for Board of Health Clinic 72,984.00 

Central Office Building. 

6426.000 For personal services 513,469.00 

6426.100 For contractual services 122,000.00 

6426.300 For commodities 70,500.00 

6426.400 For equipment 2,000.00 

Total for Central Office Building 707,969.00 

Municipal Heating Plant. 

6429.000 For personal services 226,200.00 

6429.100 For contractual services 103,900.00 

6429.200 For travel 300.00 

6429.300 For commodities 277,900.00 

6429.400 For equipment 10,000.00 

6429.500 For permanent improvements 70,000.00 

6429.700 For contingencies 30,000.00 

Total for Municipal Heating Plant 718,300.00 

Total for Bureau of Architecture and Building 

Maintenance 5,977,714.00 

BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS. 

6710.000 For personal services 817,114.00 

6710.100 For contractual services 117,850.00 

6710,200 For travel 6,000.00 

6710.300 For commodities 107,100.00 

6710.400 For equipment 51,000.00 

Total for Bureau of Forestry and Parkways . . . 1,099,064.00 

Total for Department of Public Works 7,937,750.00 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PORT OF CHICAGO. 
Administration. 

8511.000 For personal services 100,842.00 

8511.100 For contractual services 55,900.00 

8511.200 For travel 4,400.00 

8511.300 For commodities 1,500.00 

8511.400 For equipment 3,000.00 

8511.500 For permanent improvements 75,000.00 

8511.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for Administration 241,642.00 

Operation of Bridges. 

8512.000 For personal services 1,814,700.00 

8512.100 For contractual services 101,450.00 

8512.200 For travel 1,500.00 

8512.300 For commodities 49,600.00 

8512.400 For equipment 4,500.00 

Total for Operation of Bridges 1,971,750.00 

Operation and Maintenance of Navy Pier, 

8516.000 For personal services 147,333.00 

8516.100 For contractual services 116,750.00 

8516.3'00 For commodities 12,200.00 

8516.400 For equipment 1.000 OQ 

Total for Navy Pier 277,283.00 

Total for the Department of the Port of Chicago 2,490,675.00 



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JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund. 

DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION. 
Administration 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 



8611.000 For personal services 332,524.00 

8611.100 For contractual services 37,004.00 

8611.200 For travel 8,150.00 

8611.300 For commodities 8,800.00 

8611.700 For contingencies 2,000.00 

For acquisition of part of Federal Reservation at 
Chicago-O'Hare International Airport, including 
expense incidental in adapting buildings to city 

8611.801 needs 125,000.00 

Total for Administration 513,478.00 



Chicago Midway Airport 

8653.000 For personal services 692,459.00 

8653.100 For contractual services 212,430.00 

8653.200 For travel 890.00 

8653.300 For commodities 65,400.00 

8653.400 For equipment 44,000.00 

8653.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for Chicago Midway Airport 1,016,179.00 



Merrill C. Meigs Field 

8655.000 For personal services 116,138.00 

8655.100 For contractual services 37,558.00 

8655.200 For travel 460.00 

8655.300 For commodities 15,800.00 

8655.400 For equipment 10,000.00 

8655.500 For permanent improvements 500,000.00 

8655.700 For contingencies 1 000.00 

Total for Merrill C. Meigs Field " 680,956.00 

Total for Department of Aviation 2,210,613.00 

Total from Corporate Purposes Fund 193,699,584.00 

For expenditures $186,744,368.00 

For loss and cost 6,955,216.00 



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_ UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1299 



No. 2. FORESTRY FUND— 330 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— GENERAL. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

9112.000 For personal services 3,500.00 

9112.100 For contractual services 5,000.00 

Claims for damages (when ordered paid by the City 

9112.934 Council) 3,000.00 

9112.936 Claims under the Workmen's Compensation Act . . . 40,000.00 
Reimbursement to the Corporate Purposes Fund for 
services furnished by the Department of Finance 
and the Department of Purchases, Contracts and 

9112.992 Supplies 25,000.00 

Total for Department of Finance — General 76,500.00 



9114.960 For loss and cost in collection of taxes 391,920.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS. 
Forestry Division. 

6710.000 For personal services 4,586,624.00 

6710.100 For contractual services 309,070.00 

6710.200 For travel 19,000.00 

6710.300 For commodities 281,000.00 

6710.400 For equipment 152,000.00 

6710.500 For permanent improvements 25,000.00 

6710.600 For land 69,500.00 

Total for Forestry Division 5,442,194.00 



Total from Forestry Fund 5,910,614.00 



No. 3. CIVIL DEFENSE FUND— 320 

CHICAGO CIVIL DEFENSE CORPS. 

4810.000 For personal services 55,000.00 

4810.100 For contractual services 5,000.00 

4810.300 For commodities 5,000.00 

4810.400 For equipment 37,000.00 

4810.801 For installation of air raid alarm system 10,000.00 

For general public education and training programs 

4810.802 relating to protection of life and property 28,000.00 

For maintenance and operation of alarm equipment 

and operation of other facilities relating to the 

4810.803 protection of persons and property from disaster. 50,000.00 
For procuring and storage of medical supplies and 

equipment as may be authorized by the City 

4810.804 Council 60,000.00 

For equipment and training material for Police 

4810.805 and Fire Services 20,000.00 

For such other expenditures as may be necessary in 

accordance with the requirements of the Illinois 

4810.806 Civil Defense Act 80,000.00 

Total from Civil Defense Fund 350,000.00 



1300 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY 

No. 4. LIBRARY FUND— MAINTENANCE 
AND OPERATION — 346 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

7110.000 For personal services 6,125,000.00 

7110.100 For contractual services 527,625.00 

7110.200 For travel 5,200.00 

7110.300 For commodities 1,084,780.00 

7110.400 For equipment 161,600.00 

7110.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

7110.956 For bank service charges 329.00 

7110.990 For refunds 6,200.00 

Total for Maintenance and Operation 7,911,731^00 

7110.960 For loss and cost in collection of taxes 554,240.00 

Total from Library Fund — Maintenance and 

Operation 8,465,974.00 



No. 5. LIBRARY FUND— BUILDINGS AND SITES— 342 

7110.100 For contractual services 246,000.00 

7110.400 For equipment 115,750.00 

7110.500 For permanent improvements 316,900.00 

7110.600 For land 5oi600.00 

7110.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

Total for Buildings and Sites 730,250.00 

7110.960 For loss and cost in collection of taxes 49,760.00 

Total from Library Fund— Buildings and Sites . . 780,010.00 



No. 6. MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM 

FUND — 350 

MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM. 

3210.000 For personal services 6,906,137.00 

3210.100 For contractual services 769,500.00 

3210.200 For travel 12,893.00 

3210.300 For commodities 1,764,600.00 

3210.400 For equipment 165,000.00 

3210.500 For permanent improvements 250,000.00 

3210.600 For land 20,000.00 

3210.700 For contingencies 4,850.00 

3210.930 For general assistance for the needy 1,200.00 

For payment of claims under Workmen's Compensa- 

3210.936 tion Act 24,000.00 

For reimbursement to Corporate Fund for Institu- 
tional care at the Municipal Contagious Disease 

3210.992 Hospital 98,820.00 

Total for Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium .... 10,017,000.00 

3210.960 For loss and cost in collection of taxes 600,000.00 

Total from Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium 

Fund 10,617,000.00 



No. 7. CITY RELIEF FUND— 660 

For general assistance to persons in need thereof, 
residing within the City of Chicago, and expendi- 

9112.930 tures for the administration thereof 10,834,016.00 

9114.960 For loss and cost in collection of taxes 783,894.00 

Total from City Relief Fund 11,617,910.00 



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No. 8. JUDGMENT TAX FUND — 495 

DEBT SERVICE. 

AmounTb 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

9112.905 For payment of principal and interest on judgments 1,635,000.00 

No. 9. BOND REDEMPTION AND INTEREST 
FUND — 510 

DEBT SERVICE. 

Amounts to be levied in 1960 for the payment 

of bonds and interest on bonds : 
For payment of bonds : 

Airport— 1945 750,000.00 

Airport-1957 500,000.00 

Bridge-1951 600,000.00 

Bridge Construction— 1953 687,000.00 

Bridge and Viaduct— 1957 200,000.00 

Bridge, Grade Separation and Viaduct— 1959 500,000.00 

Central Municipal Heating Plant and System— 

1953 137,000.00 

City Building— 1953 275,000.00 

City Garage and Repair Shops— 1947 30,000.00 

City Sign Shop and Storage Yard— 1955 44,000.00 

Community Conservation Areas — 1957 150,000.00 

Docks and Piers— 1957 100,000.00 

Dock and Pier— 1959 200,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1947 300,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1951 600,000.00 

Electric Ptreet Lighting System— 1953 687,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1955 869,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1956 550,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1957 200,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1958 1,100,000.00 

Electric Street Lighting— 1959 1,000,000.00 

Fire Department Equipment— 1952 220,000.00 

Fire Department Equipment— 1957 200,000.00 

House of Correction— 1952 275,000.00 

House of Correction— 1957 100,000.00 

Municipal Buildings— 1957 100,000.00 

Playground— 1945 100,000.00 

Playground— 1947 125,000.00 

Playground and Recreation— 1957 125,000.00 

Police and Fire Department Building— 1945 100,000.00 

Police and Fire Department Building— 1951 150,000.00 

Refuse Disposal— 1951 150,000.00 

Refuse Disposal— 1953 687,000.00 

Refuse Disposal— 1957 100,000.00 

Rehousing— 1947 750,000.00 

Sewer— 1947 4,250,000.00 

Sewer-1955 1,738,000.00 

Sewer-1957 100,000.00 

Sewer— 1959 500,000.00 

Slum Clearance— 1947 750,000.00 

Slum Clearance— 1957 150,000.00 

Street and Alley Reconstruction and Improve- 
ment— 1947 • • 500,000.00 

Subway-1952 1,760,000.00 

Superhighway— 1947 3,000,000.00 

Superhighway— 1952 1,045,000.00 

Superhighway Median Strips— 1957 150,000.00 

Voting Machine— 1947 400,000.00 

9112.912 Total for payment of bonds 27,004,000.00 

9112.914 For interest on bonds 10,136, 232.00 

Total for principal and interest 37,140,232.00 

9112.960 For Loss and Cost in Collecting Taxes 3,229,585.00 

Total Bond Redemption and Interest Fund 40,369,817.00 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 
Pension Funds. 



December 8, 1959 



No. 10. POLICEMEN'S ANNUITY AND BENEFIT 

Code FUND 683 ^ Amounts 

Appropriated 



9216.976 



$ 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 1960 
as certified to the City Council by the retirement 
Board of the Policemen's Annuity and Benefit 
Fund of the City of Chicago for the purpose of 
providing revenue for the fund under the pro- 
visions of an act entitled, "An Act to provide for 
the creation, setting apart, maintenance and ad- 
ministration of a policemen's annuity and benefit 
fund in cities having a population exceeding two 
hundred thousand inhabitants," approved June 
9216.976 29, 1921, as amended 8,893,000.00 

No. 11. FIREMEN'S ANNUITY AND BENEFIT 
FUND — 684 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 1960 
as certified to the City Council by the Retirement 
Board of the Firemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund 
of the City of Chicago for the purpose of provid- 
ing revenue for the fund under the provisions of 
an act entitled, "An Act to provide for the crea- 
tion, setting apart, maintenance and administra- 
tion of a firemen's annuity and benefit fund in 
cities having a population exceeding five hundred 
thousand inhabitants," approved June 12, 1931, as 
amended 7,407,000.00 

No. 12. MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES' ANNUITY AND 
BENEFIT FUND — 681 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 1960 
as certified to the City Council by the Retirement 
Board of the Municipal Employees' Annuity and 
Benefit Fund of the City of Chicago for the pur- 
pose of providing revenue for the fund under the 
provisions of an act entitled, "An Act to provide 
for the creation, setting apart, maintenance and 
administration of a municipal employees', officers', 
and officials' annuity and benefit fund in cities 
having a population exceeding two hundred thou- 
sand inhabitants," approved June 29, 1921, as 
amended 9,251,000.00 

No. 13. LABORERS' AND RETIREMENT BOARD 
EMPLOYEES' ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND— 682 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 1960 
as certified to the City Council by the Retirement 
Board of the Laborers' and Retirement Board 
Employees' Annuity and Benefit Fund of the City 
of Chicago for the purpose of providing revenue 
for the fund under the provisions of an act en- 
titled, "An Act to provide for the creation, setting 
apart, maintenance and administration of a labor- 
ers' and retirement board employees' annuity and 
benefit fund in cities having a population exceed- 
ing two hundred thousand inhabitants", approved 
9216.976 June 21, 1935, as amended 3,470,000.00 

No. 14. HOUSE OF CORRECTION EMPLOYEES' 
PENSION FUND — 687 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 1960 
as certified to the City Council by the Board of 
Trustees of the House of Correction Employees' 
Pension Fund for the purpose of providing reve- 
nue for the fund under the provisions of an act 
entitled, "An Act to provide for the setting apart, 
formation and disbursement of a House of Cor- 
rection Employees' Pension Fund in cities having 
a population exceeding 150,000 inhabitants," ap- 
9216.976 proved June 10, 1911, as amended 66,000.00 



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No. 15. PARK EMPLOYES' ANNUITY 
AND BENEFIT FUND— 691 

Amounti 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

For City's contribution to provide the benefits to 
which park district employes, their dependents and 
beneficiaries are entitled under the provisions of 
"An Act to provide for the creation, setting apart, 
formation, administration and disbursement of a 
park employes' and retirement board employes' 
annuity and benefit fund" as amended by act ap- 
proved July 11, 1957. in respect to park district 
employes, other than policemen, who are trans- 
ferred to the employment of the city by virtue of 
"An Act in relation to an exchange of certain 
functions, property and personnel among cities, 
and park districts having coextensive geographic 
areas and populations in excess of 500,000", ap- 
9216.976 proved July 5, 1957, effective January 1, 1959 . . . 104,327.00 



No. 16. WATER FUND— 200 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. 
General. 

For payment of salaries and wages of City employes 
who re-enter the City's service after having served 
in the land, air or naval forces or merchant ma- 



.035 rine of the United States 1,000.00 

Adjustment in salaries of transferred, reinstated 

.035 promoted and reclassified employes 11,000.00 

Adjustment to Prevaihng Rates of Per Diem Em- 
ployes: For adjustments in wages of per diem 
employes to conform with prevailing rates, when 

.040 approved by the City Council 10,000.00 

9112.000 For personal services 22,000.00 

.150 Printing water certificates 20,000.00 

.155 Rental of property 5,000.00 

.170 Surety bond premiums 10,000.00 

.186 Telephone 4,000.00 

9112.100 For contractual services 39,000.00 

Furniture, communication and office equipment: (To 
be expended under the direction of the Budget Di- 
rector on departmental requisitions and to be ac- 

.420 counted for by bureaus and divisions as expended) 30,000.00 

9112.400 For equipment 307o60.00 

9112.801 Expense of investigations by Committee on Finance 60,000.00 
Legal and all other expense, except printing, inci- 

9112.802 dental to issuing water certificates 25,000.00 

9112.935 Claims against the Water Fund 10,000.00 

9112.936 Claims under Workmen's Compensation Act 280,000.00 

For payments to City pension funds in lieu of con- 
tributions by officers and employes on leave of 

absence for training or service in the land, air 
or naval forces or merchant marine of the United 

9112.972 States 1,000.00 



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December 8, 1959 



200— Water Fund. 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. 
General. 

Amounts 

Coda Appropriated 

$ 

Taxes and special assessments on Water Fund prop- 
9112.984 erty 500.00 

For payment of claims on account of cancelled war- 
rants, moneys deposited in the Water Fund from 
Unclaimed Wages Account and Suspense Account 
and for refunding duplicate payments and pay- 
9112.990 ments made in error 3,000.00 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes Fund for ex- 
penses in various departments common to both 
Corporate and Water Funds chargeable to the 

9112.992 Water Fund 1,470,000.00 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes Fund for serv- 

9112.999 ices furnished by the Department of Purchases . . . 180,000.00 
For reimbursing certain corporations for money ad- 

9112.993 vanced for laying of water pipe 50,000.00 

Total for Department of Finance— General . . . 2,170,500.00 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. 
DEBT SERVICE. 

9112.901 Interest on judgments 2,000.00 

Interest on Water Works System Certificates of 

9112.902 Indebtedness Bonds 6,111,000.00 

9112.903 Interest on Water Pipe Extension Certificates 2,000.00 

9112.904 For payment of judgments 50,000.00 

For payment of 90 per cent refunds of special as- 

9112.906 sessments paid for water supply pipes 75,000.00 

For redemption of Water Works System Certificates 

9112.908 of Indebtedness Bonds due May 1, 1960 600,000.00 

For redemption of Water Works System Certificates 

9112.908 of Indebtedness Bonds due June 1, 1960 2,560,000.00 

For redemption of Water Works System Certificates 

9112.908 of Indebtedness Bonds due April 1, 1960 2,300,000.00 

Total for Debt Service 11,700,000.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASES, CONTRACTS AND SUPPLIES. 

1810.000 For personal services 66,862.00 

1810.100 For contractual services 42,000.00 

1810.200 For travel 4,000.00 

1810.400 For equipment 5,000.00 

Total for Department of Purchases, Contracts 

and Supplies 117,862.00 



DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS. 

Bureau of Plumbing Inspection. 

4318.000 For personal services 400,476.00 

Total for Department of Buildings 400,476.00 



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200— Water Fund. 



DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS. 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 
$ 

8110.000 For personal services 283,170.00 

8110.100 For contractual services 16,625.00 

8110.200 For travel 3,675.00 

8110.300 For commodities 3,800.00 

8110.400 For equipment 2,100.00 

8110.700 For contingencies 500.00 



Total for Commissioner's Office 309,870.00 



BUREAU OF WATER. 
CHIEF WATER ENGINEER'S OFFICE. 

8210.000 For personal services 173,165.00 

8210.100 For contractual services 102,997.00 

8210.200 For travel 2,300.00 

8210.300 For commodities 1,500.00 

8210.400 For equipment 1,100.00 

Total for Chief Water Engineer's Office 281,062.00 



WATER COLLECTION DIVISION. 

8220.000 For personal services 2,064,179.00 

8220.100 For contractual services 155,400.00 

8220.200 For travel 35,000.00 

8220.300 For commodities 35,000.00 

8220.400 For equipment 15,000.00 

8220.935 Claims against Water Fund 60,000.00 

Total for Water Collection Division 2,364,579.00 



WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION. 

8240.000 For personal services 1,638,092.00 

8240.100 For contractual services 405,324.00 

8240.200 For travel 2,060.00 

8240.300 For commodities 1,057,700.00 

8240.400 For equipment 28,80 0.00 

Total for Water Purification Division 3,131,976.00 



PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION. 

8250.000 For personal services 3,311,156.00 

8250.100 For contractual services 1,484,000.00 

8250.200 For travel 2,400.00 

8250.300 For commodities 2,169,910.00 

8250.400 For equipment 47,000.00 

8250.934 Claims for damages 



Total for Pumping Station Operation Division . . 7,014,866.00 



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December 8, 1959 



200— Water Fund. 

Department of Water and Sewers. 

WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION. 



8270.000 For personal services 7,265 937.00 

8270.100 For contractual services 669 900 00 

8270.200 For travel i2l',50o!oO 

8270.300 For commodities 661 850.00 

8270.400 For equipment 445 000.00 

8270.500 For permanent improvements 8^000.00 

For repair of damages caused by outside persons 

8270.803 and corporations 65,000.00 

8270.934 For claims for damages 6,000.00 

Total for Water Distribution Division 9,243,187.00 



METER DIVISION. 

8290.000 For personal services 962 019.00 

8290.100 For contractual services 12 574 00 

8290.200 For travel 4,200.00 

8290.300 For commodities 91 050 00 

8290.400 For equipment 227 500.00 

Total for Water Meter Division 1,297,343.00 



BUREAU OF SEWERS. 

5810.000 For personal services 5 464 623.00 

5810.100 For contractual services 1031 840 00 

5810.200 For travel '/ ' ' 50^500.00 

5810.300 For commodities 132 300 00 

5810.400 For equipment 150 000 00 

Total for Bureau of Sewers 6,829,263.00 



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200— Water Fund. 

Department of Public Works. 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

General 

(Expenditures hereunder for the Municipal Shops 
and other property at the Municipal Plant shall 
be reimbursed to the Water Fund from other City 



Funds and other agencies receiving benefits there- 
from). 

For the maintenance of Meter Shop Building and the 

garage at 3148 S. Sacramento Avenue. 

Carpentry repairs to windows, doors, etc 3,000.00 

Painting of meter shops, offices, walls, interior and 

exterior of doors and windows 7,000.00 

Roof repairs 2,000.00 

Necessary tuckpointing and repairs of brick and 

parapet walls 15,000.00 

Reconstruction of plumbing and heating system .... 20,000.00 

Elevator maintenance 3,000.00 

6230.850 SO^OOTOO 



FOR MAINTENANCE OF PLANT PROPERTY. 
Iron Shop. 

Necessary tuckpointing of brick and parapet walls, 
and installation of glass block windows. (Lower 

Level) 30,000.00 

Modernization of electrical system 15,000.00 

Carpentry repairs to doors, windows, etc 3,000.00 

Reconstruction of plumbing and heating system . . . 15,000.00 

Elevator maintenance 3,000.00 

Extension of north crane runway 10,000.00 

Roof repairs 5,000.00 

Machine and Tin Shop. 

Modernization of electrical system 15,000.00 

Carpentry repairs to doors and windows 2,000.00 

Replace existing windows at upper level of tin shop 
with glass blocks, including necessary mason 

repairs 10,000.00 

Reconstruction of plumbing and heating system . . 10,000.00 
Paint interior of machine shop in basement including 

doors, windows, etc 3,000.00 

Construct concrete apron area on west side of ma- 
chine shop (approximately 10,000 sq. ft.) 10,000.00 



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December 8, 1959 



200— Water Fund. 

Department of Public Works. 
Bureau of Engineering. 

CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

Nortii Machinery Hall. 

Masonry repairs to walls and parapet walls 3,000.00 

Roof repairs 2,000.00 

Reconstruction of office 3,000.00 

Carpentry repairs 2,000.00 

Painting of office interior and exterior of doors, win- 
dows, etc 5,000.00 

Construct concrete apron area west side of building 5,000.00 

Plant Property. 

Reconstruction of existing railroad tracks to a new 
grade including necessary replacement of wood 

ties, re-ballasting, etc 10,000.00 

Reconstruction and repairs to storage shed at south- 
west corner of plant 15,000.00 

Fence repairs of south side of plant, including instal- 
lation of new gate at northwest corner 5,000.00 

Sewer repairs 5,000.00 

Dredging of collateral channel to elevation of — 15.0 
to maintain navigable access to Municipal shops, 

from sanitary channel 100,000.00 

Watching service for Plant property 15,000.00 

6230.851 , 301,000.00 

For maintenance of Water Fund Buildings and pro- 
perty at Chicago Avenue and Chicago River. 

Reconstruction of storage shed on south side 30,000.00 

Pavement repairs in yard area 10,000.00 

Dock repairs 2,000.00 

Electrical repairs and modernization 5,000.00 

Plumbing and heating repairs 5,000.00 

Watching service 15,000.00 

6230.852 : 67,000.00 

For maintenance and operation of City-owned tug 
used in construction, repair and maintenance of 
the Water Works system. 
The Water Fund is to be reimbursed from all other 
City Funds receiving benefits therefrom. 

6230.855 110,000.00 

6230.700 For contingencies 10,000.00 



Total for Construction Division — General 538,000.00 



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1309 



200— Water Fund. 

Department of Public Works. 
Bureau of Engineering. 



CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued. 
CONSTRUCTION AND BETTERMENTS. 

Amounts 
Appropriated 

Code 

Chlorinating Plants: 
For maintenance of chlorinating equipment and 
6230.831 for alterations as needed 5,000.00 

South District Filtration Plant : 
6230.870 For construction and expense incidental thereto. . 1,000.00 

Water Tunnel System: 
For betterments in waterproofing of shafts of the 
water tunnel system, diverting sewers adjacent 
to shafts and the alterations to tunnels and 
shafts, as may be necessary to prevent pollution 
6230.801 of water supply 5,000.00 

Municipal Power Plant: 
6230.848 For construction facilities as may be determined . . 5,000.00 
Total for Construction and Betterments 16.000.00 



Total for Construction Division 554,000.00 



Total from the Water Fund 45,414,984.00 



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December 8, 1959 



No. 17. WATER WORKS SYSTEM CERTIFICATES 
OF INDEBTEDNESS FUND— 290 

The appropriations hereunder include engineering, 
inspection and other expenditures incidental to 
projects appropriated for. 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS. 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION. 

Code Amountf 
Appropriated 

8270.500 For permanent improvements 9^530 000.00 

Total for Water Distribution Division 9,580,000.00 



/ 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 
General and Waterworks Design. 

l?oiTn ^'T"^^ •• 328,000.00 

bZZi).lOO For contractural servces 3 qoo 00 

6225.200 For travel ' ' \ " 500 00 

6225.300 For commodities 3 OOO 00 

6225.400 For equipment 1 000 00 

Total for General and Waterworks Design 335,500.00 



Construction Division — General. 
6230.500 For permanent improvements 11,276 500 00 

Filtration. 

South District Filtration Plant: 

6230.570 For permanent improvements 4,000,000.00 

Central District Filtration Plant : 

6230.576 For permanent improvements 21,600,000.00 

Total for Construction Division 36,876,500.00 

Total from Water Works System Certificates of 
Indebtedness 46,792,000.00 



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1311 



300— Vehicle Tax Fund. 



No. 18. VEHICLE TAX FUND— 300 
COMMITTEE ON TRAFFIC AND PUBLIC SAFETY. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

1258.200 For travel 1,100.00 

1258.300 For commodities 500.00 

For plans and surveys relating to function, use and 
improvement of streets; for the study of chan- 
nelization of streets and intersections; all with 
respect to the facilitation of traffic and the safety 
of the pedestrian, and the services, supplies and 

1258.801 reports incident thereto 98,400.00 

Total for Committee on Traffic and Public Safety 100,000.00 



CHICAGO STREET TRAFFIC COMMISSION. 



4880.000 For personal services 34,302.00 

4880.200 For travel 700.00 

4880.801 For operating expense of commission 1,800.00 

4880.802 For safety education, including necessary printing . . 1,500.00 

Total for Chicago Street Traffic Commission 38,302.00 



CITY CLERK. 



1410.000 For personal services 270,517.00 

1410.100 For contractual services 29,600.00 

1410.200 For travel 2,500.00 

1410.300 For commodities 115,740.00 

1410.400 For equipment 19,000.00 

1410.700 For contingencies 1,500.00 

Total for City Clerk 438,857.00 



CITY COLLECTOR. 



1540.000 For personal services 136,881.00 

1540.100 For contractual services 7,000.00 

1540.300 For commodities 7,500.00 

1540.400 For equipment 7.000.00 

Total for City Collector 158,381.00 



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December 8, 1959 



300— Vehicle Tax Fund. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. 
GENERAL. 

Code Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 

9112.000 For personal services 12 000 00 

9112.100 For contractual services . . . . 1*500 00 

9112.400 For equipment (Expended under direction of Budget 

Director) 5,000.00 

9112.936 For claims under Workmen's Compensation Act 55,000.00 

For payment of claims and refunds of vehicle license 

9112.990 fees when ordered by the City Council 8,000.00 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes Fund for 
salaries and wages of policemen engaged in regu- 

9112.997 lating traffic 7,650,000.00 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes Fund for 

expense incurred by the City Collector's office for 
services of clerks and investigators and printing 
and other expense in connection with analyzing 
and checking the issuance of Vehicle Tax licenses 
and preparing information for the Department of 
Police and action of the Department of PoHce 

9112.998 thereon 50,000.00 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes Fund for serv- 
ices furnished by the Department of Purchases, 

9112.999 Contracts and Supplies ' 30,000.00 

Total for Department of Finance— General 7,811,500.00 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION. 

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 

5111.000 For personal services 259 848 00 

5111.100 For contractual services 12 000 00 

5111.300 For commodities ' . ' 7 500 00 

5111.400 For equipment 2 000 00 

Total for Commissioner's Office 281,348.00 

BUREAU OF STREETS. 

Sininn P^^^^'^^^ ^^^^^i^^S 559,902.00 

{DzJlO.lOO For contractual services 59 jqo 00 

S!n1nn ^i^^ ^^^^^^ 30;500:00 

0/10.300 For commodities 21 220 00 

5210.400 For equipment [ 2 000 00 

5210.700 For contingencies 500 00 

For the acquisition of site, and the construction and 

5210.840 equipment of an asphalt plant 10 000 00 

5215. *** For pavement improvement, repair, maintenance 

and restoration 3 257 969 00 

For repair and maintenance of streets to be paid 

5216. *** from penalties for Motor Vehicle Law violations. . 70,000.00 

For the payment of public benefits on improvements 
of streets and alleys and for expense incident 
thereto under special assessments: To be ex- 
pended under the direction of the Board of Local 

Improvements 200,000.00 

Total for Bureau of Streets 4,211,191.00 



5218.*** 



5316.*** 



BUREAU OF SANITATION. 

For pavement maintenance 3,150,000.00 

5320.*** For snow removal, including overtime '65o!oOo!oO 

Total for Bureau of Sanitation 3,800,000.00 



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300 — ^Vehicle Tax Fund. 

Department of Streets and Sanitation. 

BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY. 

Amounts 
A ppropriated 

Code — 

5410.000 For personal services ^^^'^^n nn 

5410.100 For contractual services 910,000.00 

5410.200 For travel nnnnn 

5410.300 For commodities b/,UUU.UU 

Total for Bureau of Electricity 1,520,902.00 

BUREAU OF STREET TRAFFIC. 

5510.000 For personal services 2,741,335.00 

5510.100 For contractual services 863,500.00 

5510.200 For travel ^^'"^cAnn 

5510.300 For commodities 555,984.00 

5510.400 For equipment "^fnnnnn 

5510.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

For payment of City's share of cost of installing 

5517.805 lights, signals and gates at railroad crossings 25,000.00 

Total for Bureau of Street Traffic 4,248,819.00 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 
Bridges and Viaducts. 

6251.000 For personal services 120,000.00 

For the improvement, repair and maintenance of 
bridge and viaduct vehicular roadvi^ays and pave- 
ments and their supporting structures, including 
salaries and wages of employes as authorized 
under the Engineering Revolving Fund, and for 
the employment of professional and technical en- 

6250.*** gineering services as needed 35 0,000.00 

Total for Bridges and Viaducts 470,000.00 

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE. 

For expense incurred for maintenance and repair of 
Bureau of Streets structures used in connection 
with street repair work. Only employes authorized 
under the Corporate Fund shall be used in this 
6414.801 work ^6,000.00 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS. 
BUREAU OF SEWERS. 

5850.000 For personal services 203,700.00 

For repairing and replacing covers and lids for man- 

5846.*** holes and catchbasins including delivery expense.. 175,000.00 

Total for Bureau of Sewers 378,700.00 



Total from Vehicle Tax Fund 



23,494,000.00 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCII^CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 

No. 19. MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND— 310 

For expenditures from allotments as have been 
allotted or as may be allotted and authorized from 
time to time by the City Council, including engi- 
neering, supervision and overhead expense, as 
provided under the Motor Fuel Tax Law. 

Expenditures for projects from this account shall 
be made only to the extent of the cash available 
received from the City's distributive share of 
State Motor Fuel Tax under allotments approved 
by the State. 

Expenditures or encumbrances from any allotment 
or project payable from this account shall be 
subject to such further limitation or restriction 
as may be ordered by the City Council. 

The Vehicle Tax Fund and other City Funds shall 
be reimbursed from this account for engineering, 
supervision or other expense properly chargeable 
to projects for which allotments have been made. 

Expenditures from this account shall be accounted 
for by allotments for projects as expended. 

27,500,000.00 



20. PENALTIES AND INTEREST ON SPECIAL 
ASSESSMENTS FUND— 361 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— GENERAL. 

For paying any expense in connection with the col- 
lection or withdrawal from collection of any 
delinquent special assessment or special tax or 
for the preservation of the lien thereof or in 
connection with the sale or forfeiture of any lot, 
block, tract or parcel of land or any real estate 
for delinquent special assessments or special 
taxes or in the preservation of the lien of any 
certificate of sale or tax deed, including the 
services of certain employes authorized under the 
Corporate Fund, in the Bureau of Real Estate and 
the Special Assessment Division of the Comp- 
troller's Office, and services of other employes of 
of the City Comptroller's Office as needed 

For County charges and fees in connection with the 
purchase of special assessment tax sales certifi- 
cates, fees for recording and registering tax sales 
certificates and certificates of evidence, converting 
tax sales certificates into deeds; and redemptions 

under tax foreclosure sales 

Total 



130,000.00 



10,000.00 



140,000.00 



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No. 21. CITY TRACTION FUND — 850 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

For subway construction in accordance with the 
6812.801 provisions under the City Transit Fund 51,000.00 



No. 22. CITY TRANSIT FUND— 860 

COMMITTEE ON LOCAL TRANSPORTATION. 

1248.000 For personal services 114,768.00 

General office expense, including rentals, postage, 
printing, equipment and supplies, compensation 
for use of 4 personally-owned automobiles at 
$65.00 per month and the payment of unpaid bills 

1248.831 incurred for such purposes 11,000.00 

For the employment of special counsel, engineers, 

valuators and investigators and for the payment 
of other expenses arising from and in connection 
with fare rate cases, condemnation or any other 
proceedings, relating to local transportation op- 

1248.832 erations 53,000.00 

Total for Committee on Local Transportation . . . 178,768.00 



DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

1610.000 For personal services 22,300.00 

1610.100 For contractual services 9,713.00 

For the cost and expense of litigation to which the 
City is a party or in which it is interested arising 
out of the construction by the City of Chicago of 
the Initial System of Subways for local transpor- 

1610.801 tation purposes 20,000.00 

Total for Department of Law 52,013.00 



DEBT SERVICE. 

For payment of principal and interest on Subway 
9110.914 Revenue Bonds 133,500.00 



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December 8, 1959 



City Transit Fund. 
Department of Public Works. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 

f . Amounts 

Appropriatad 

For expense in connection with the making of sur- 
veys, investigations, cost estimates, studies and 
reports in all engineering matters pertaining to 
local transportation in co-operation with the City 
Council, the Committee on Local Transportation 
and the Chicago Transit Authority; and for the 
formulation or enforcement of any ordinance or 
ordinances for and in connection with the regula- 
tion, acquisition, construction, installation, lease 
and the operation of street railways, public 
utility plants, equipment, and properties used or 
to be used for or in connection with the trans- 
portation of persons or property, and other local 
transportation facilities, or any of them, by the 
City of Chicago, or by the Chicago Transit Au- 
thority; including payment for salaries of em- 
ployes authorized under Engineering Revolving 
Fund and such other personal services, rents and 
6240.*** other expense as may be required 29,500.00 

Subway Construction. 

For such expense as may be incurred in the prepa- 
ration of plans for subways and extensions of 
the subway system; and for such expenses as may 
be incurred in the construction of subways and in 
the taking and acquiring of private and public 
property therefor, and supervision of the con- 
struction of subways as now are authorized and 
directed or hereafter may be authorized and di- 
rected by ordinance of the City Council, including 
the following: 

For such engineering, legal, accounting, clerical and 
other personal services and expenses, and for 
such impersonal services, rents, material, supplies, 
and equipment as may be required for surveys, 
borings, investigations and studies and for the 
preparation of contract and working drawings 
and specifications for subways and extensions of 
the subway system; and for the supervision of 
the construction of such subways as now are 
authorized and directed or hereafter may be au- 
thorized and directed by ordinance of the City 
Council, and as may be required in order to 
comply with the terms of the Grant Agreement 
(Docket No. 111. 1891-F), dated as of October 25, 
1938, between the United States of America and 
the City of Chicago, and the Amendatory Grant 
Agreement dated as of November 20, 1940, and 
the Second Amendatory Grant Agreement dated 
as of May 15, 1946, and the Third Amendatory 
Grant Agreement dated as of April 1, 1947, and 
the Fourth Amendatory Grant Agreement dated 
as of December 13, 1948, and any amendments 
thereof or supplementary thereto, and of any 
future amendatory grant agreement or loan 
which may be entered into by the United States 
of America and the City of Chicago, including 
unpaid bills incurred for such purposes ; 



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1317 



City Transit Fund. 
Department of Public Works. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 



Subway Construction — Continued. 

For the services of engineering, legal, real estate, 
building, architectural, electrical, mechanical and 
other experts, valuators and clerks and other per- 
sonal services and expenses, and such impersonal 
services, rents, material, equipment and supplies 
not otherwise specifically provided for which may 
be necessary for or preHminary to the acquisition 
of private and public property required for the 
construction of such subways as now are author- 
ized and directed or hereafter may be authorized 
and directed by ordinance of the City Council, 
including unpaid bills incurred for such purposes; 

For the taking and acquiring of lands, buildings, 
structures, facilities, rights and interests, and 
other property of every kind and character neces- 
sary for the construction of such subways, or 
advantageous for or appropriate to the use, 
maintenance, operation, betterment and extension 
thereof ; and 

For the construction of such subways as now are 
authorized and directed by the ordinance passed 
November 3, 1938 (Council Journal pages 7216- 
7218), and as thereafter amended and modified 
and under authority of the ordinances passed 
November 26, 1940 (Council Journal pages 3550- 
3554), and provided for in the Grant Agreement 
(Docket No. 111. 1891-F), dated as of October 25, 
1938, between the United States of America and 
the City of Chicago, and the Amendatory Grant 
Agreement dated as of November 20, 1940, and 
the Second Amendatory Grant Agreement dated 
as of May 15, 1946, and the Third Amendatory 
Grant Agreement dated as of April 1, 1947, and 
the Fourth Amendatory Grant Agreement dated 
as of December 13, 1948, and any amendments 
thereof or supplementary thereto, and of any 
future grant agreement or loan which may be en- 
tered into by the United States of America and 
the City of Chicago, including unpaid bills incurred 
for such purposes. 



6812.*** For subway construction 



410,000.00 



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City Transit Fund. 



Department of Public Works. 



Code 



Subway Fixed Transportation Equipment. 



For such engineering, legal, accounting, clerical and 
other personal services and expenses, and for 
such impersonal services, rents, material, supplies 
and equipment as may be required for surveys, 
borings, investigations and studies and for the 
preparation of contract and working drawings 
and specifications and for the supervision of the 
construction and installation of transportation 
equipment, appliances and appurtenances in the 
Initial System of Subways — State Street Subway 
(Route No. 1) and Dearborn Street Subway 
(Route No. 2) as extended, the West Side Subway 
and on the inclined superstructure connections 
and where necessary for operation on the adja- 
cent portions of the existing or new elevated rail- 
road structures as now are authorized and di- 
rected under the ordinance passed by the City 
Council on May 29, 1941 (Council Journal pages 
4949-4951) and any amendment thereof, and as 
hereafter may be authorized and directed by ordi- 
nance of the City Council, including unpaid bills 
incurred for such purposes; 



Amounts 
Approprlat»d 



For the services of engineering, legal, real estate, 
building, architectural, electrical, mechanical and 
other experts, valuators and clerks and other 
personal services and expenses, and such imper- 
sonal services, rents, material, equipment and 
supplies not otherwise specifically provided for 
which may be necessary for or preliminary to the 
acquisition of private and public property required 
for the construction and installation of such 
transportation equipment, appliances and appur- 
tenances ; 



For the taking and acquiring of lands, buildings, 
structures, facilities, rights and interests, and 
other property of every kind and character neces- 
sary for the construction and installation of such 
transportation equipment, appliances and appur- 
tenances, or advantageous for or appropriate to 
the use, maintenance, operation, betterment and 
extension thereof; and 



December 8, 1959 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



1319 



City Transit Fund. 
Department of Public Works. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

Subway Fixed Transportation Equipment — Continued. 

For the acquisition, construction and installation of 
such transportation equipment, appliances and 
appurtenances as now are authorized and directed 
by ordinance passed May 29, 1941 (Council Jour- 
nal pages 4949-4951 ) , and any amendment thereof. 

(Reimbursements of expenditures made under this 
appropriation which are reimbursable to the City 
of Chicago by the grantee under the provisions of 
the ordinance granting to Chicago Transit Au- 
thority the right to acquire, construct, recon- 
struct, maintain and operate local transportation 
facilities for the City of Chicago and its metro- 
politan area passed by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago on April 23, 1945 (Council Journal 
pages 3370-3414) or under the provisions of any 
other ordinance thereafter passed by the City 
Council requiring such reimbursements to be 
made to the City of Chicago, are to be paid into 
the City Transit Fund.) 



6816.*** For subway fixed transportation equipment 25,000.00 

Miscellaneous. 

For reimbursement to the Corporate Purposes Fund 
for administrative expenses in offices of the City 
Comptroller and the City Treasurer and in the 
Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies 
which are properly chargeable to the City Transit 

6210.992 Fund 15,000.00 

Claims under Workmen's Compensation Act: To be 
expended under the direction of the City Comp- 

6210.936 troller 5,000.00 

Total for Department of Public Works 484,500.00 



Total from City Transit Fund 848,781.00 



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December 8, 1959 



No. 23. PARKING REVENUE FUND— 730 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION. 
BUREAU OF PARKING. 

Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 



5710.000 For personal services 240,459.00 

5710.100 For contractual services 76,200.00 

5710.200 For travel 11,000.00 

5710.300 For commodities 7,000.00 

5710.400 For equipment 2,500.00 

5710.700 For contingencies 500.00 

5712.801 For maintenance of parking meters 514,056.00 

For installation, relocation and removal of parking 

5712.802 meters 25,000.00 

5712.803 For marking parking stalls 35,000.00 

5712.804 For collection of parking revenue 220,000.00 

For maintenance and operation of off-street parking 

5713.*** facilities 2,281,000.00 

For parking facilities: 



For such expense as may be incurred in the prepa- 
ration of plans for parking facilities; and for 
such expenses as may be incurred in the construc- 
tion of parking facilities and in the taking and 
acquiring of private and public property therefor, 
and in the supervision of the construction of 
parking facilities as now are authorized and 
directed by ordinance of the City Council, includ- 
ing the following: Such engineering, legal, ac- 
counting, clerical and other personal services and 
expenses, and for such impersonal services, rents, 
material, supplies, and equipment as may be 
required for surveys, borings, investigations and 
studies ; for the preparation of contract and work- 
ing drawings and specifications for parking facih- 
ties; and for the supervision of the construction 
of such parking facilities; 

For the services of engineering, legal, real estate, 
building, architectural, electrical, mechanical and 
other experts, valuators and clerks and other 
personal services and expense, and such imper- 
sonal services, rents, material, equipment and 
supplies not otherwise specifically provided for 
which may be necessary for or preliminary to the 
acquisition of private and public property re- 
quired for the construction of such parking 
facilities ; 

For the taking and acquiring of lands, buildings, 
structures, facilities, rights and interests, includ- 
ing payment of taxes, and other property of every 
kind and character necessary for the construction 
of such parking facilities, or advantageous for or 
appropriate to the use, maintenance, operation, 
betterment and extension thereof ; 

For the construction of such parking facilities as 
now are authorized or may be authorized and di- 
rected by ordinances of the City Council; and 

For the purchase of meters and for the conversion 
of meters. 

1,309,600.00 



December 8, 1959 
Parking Revenue Fund 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



BUREAU OF PARKING— Continued. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

5714.997 To reimburse the Corporate Purposes Fund for 
salaries and wages of policemen engaged in regu- 
lating traffic 327,400 00 

Total for Bureau of Parking 5,049,715.00 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. 

9210.000 For personal services 9,661.00 

9210.801 For expense in connection with Parking facilities.. 12,000.00 

9213.913 Call Premium on bonds 38,290.00 

Interest on Bonds: (Due July 1, 1960 and January 1, 

9212.914 1961 on Parking Facility Revenue Bonds) 1,389,101.00 

9214.912 To Bond Sinking Fund 953,880.00 

9112.992 Reimbursement to the Corporate Purposes Fund for 

Administrative expenses in the office of the City 
Comptroller and the City Treasurer, in the De- 
partment of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies 
and other City departments which are properly 

chargeable to such parking facilities 5,000.00 

9112.936 Claims under Workmen's Compensation Act 1,500.00 

Total for Department of Finance 2,409,432.00 



Total from Parking Revenue Fund 7,459,147.00 



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December 8, 1959 



No. 25. CALUMET SKYWAY TOLL BRIDGE 
REVENUE BONDS 

( City of Chicago Calumet Skyway Toll Bridge Revenue Bonds ) 
CONSTRUCTION FUND— 710 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING. 

Amounts 

Cooe Appropriated 

$ 

For the construction of the Calumet Skyway Toll 
Bridge as authorized and directed by ordinance 

6842.*** of the City Council 941,308.00 

For the employment of attorneys, investigators, 
clerks, real estate and other valuators, tax special- 
ists, building examiners, engineers, expert wit- 
nesses, other personal services and for title 
searches, payment of taxes and payment of court 
costs and such impersonal services, material, 
equipment and supplies which may be required in 
connection with property damage claims arising 
out of the construction of the Calumet Skyway 
Toll Bridge: To be expended under direction of 

6847.640 the Department of Law 25,000.00 

To be deposited with depository for payment of in- 
9212.914 terest 2,551,982.00 

Total from Calumet Skj^ay Toll Bridge Rev- 
enue Bonds — Construction Fund 3,518,290.00 



No. 26. CALUMET SKYWAY TOLL BRIDGE 
REVENUE FUND — 701 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 
OPERATION OF CALUMET SKYWAY TOLL BRIDGE 



5550.000 For personal services 421,962.00 

5550.100 For contractual services 305,000.00 

5550.200 For travel 4,400.00 

5550.300 For commodities 60,500.00 

5550.400 For equipment 113,000.00 

For other expense of administration, operation and 

5559.*** maintenance of this facility 25,000.00 

Total for operation of Calumet Skyway Toll"" 

Bridge 929,862.00 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— GENERAL 

9112.100 For Contractual Services 8,000.00 

9112.936 Claims: Under Workmen's Compensation Act 5,000.00 

For Payment of Interest due July 1, 1960 and Jan- 

9212.914 uary 1, 1961 986,768.00 

Total for Department of Finance — General .... 999,768.00 



Total from Calumet Skyway Toll Bridge Revenue 

Fund 1,929,630.00 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1323 



No. 27. CHICAGO-O'HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 
REVENUE FUND — 740 

DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

8654.000 For personal services 638,393.00 

8654.100 For contractual services 404,840.00 

8654.200 For travel 870.00 

8654.300 For commodities 150,200.00 

8654.400 For equipment 73,000.00 

8654.700 For contingencies 1,000.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Department of 

8654.801 Aviation Administrative salaries and wages .... 158,500.00 
To reimburse Corporate Fund for Comptroller's 

8654.802 office salaries and wages 25,740.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Corporation Coun- 

8654.803 sel's office salaries and wages 35,000.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Fire Department 

8654.804 salaries and wages 210,700.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Police Department 

8654.805 salaries and wages 85,440.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for indirect admin- 

8654.806 istrative and general salaries and wages 56,700.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Fire Department 

8654.808 supplies and maintenance 15,000.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Insurance-Work- 

8654.809 men's Compensation and Disability 5,000.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for provision for 

8654.810 pensions 128,600.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for Department of 

Aviation non-salary administrative and general 

8654.811 expense 33,100.00 

To reimburse Corporate Fund for indirect admin- 

8654.812 istrative and general non-salary expense 56,700.00 

8654.984 Taxes and Special Assessments on City property . . . 20,000.00 

Total from Chicago-O'Hare International Airport 

Revenue Fund 2,098,783.00 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



No. 27-A. CHICAGO O'HARE IIVTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 

REVENUE BONDS 

GENERAL OONSTKUCTION ACCOUNT— 742 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

■ $ 

For the construction at Chicago-O'Hare International 
Airport of all General Facilities ; including services 
of Consulting Engineer, Coordinating Engineer, 
Supervising Engineer, Airport Consultant, Archi- 
tects, employees of the Bureau of Engineering of 
the Department of Public Works and such other 
engineering and architectural services and expendi- 
tures as are incidental to the construction of such 

6892. General Facilities 50,000,000.00 

For reimbursement to the Corporate Purposes Fund 

for administrative expenses of City Departments 
which are properly chargeable to construction of 

6893.992 the Chicago-O'Hare International Airport 15,000.00 

For the employment of attorneys, investigators, 
clerks, engineers and specialists and other per- 
sonal services and expenses and such impersonal 
services, material, equipment and supplies which 
may be required in connection with preparation of 
contract documents and legal interpretation there- 
of, for construction work at Chicago-O'Hare Inter- 
national Airport: To be expended under the direc- 

6893.145 tion of the Department of Law 25,000.00 

For payment of the cost of any indemnity and surety 
bonds to secure deposits of moneys in the Chicago- 
O'Hare International Airport General Construction 
Account and Hangar Construction Account, the 
fees and expenses of the depositary and the pay- 
ing agent during construction and premium on in- 
surance, in connection with the Chicago-O'Hare 
International Airport during construction: To be 
expended under the direction of the City Comp- 

6893. ^^^^* troller 20,000.00 

Total from General Construction Account 50,060,000.00 



HANGAK CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT— 743 
For the construction at Chicago-O'Hare International 
Airport of all Hangar Facilities ; including services 
of Consulting Engineer, Coordinating Engineer, 
Supervising Engineer, Airport Consultant, Archi- 
tects, employees of the Bureau of Engineering of 
the Department of Public Works and such other 
engineering and architectural services and expendi- 
tures as are incidental to the construction of such 

6892.'-*'- Hangar Facihties 14,000,000.00 

Total from Hangar Construction Account .... 14,000,000.00 

Total from Chicago-O'Hare International Airport 

Revenue Bonds 64,060,000.00 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1325 



No. 28. GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDS— 400 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



20,000.00 



SLUM CLEARANCE BONDS— 1945— 420 

For expense in coordinating the housing, slum clear- 
ance and redevelopment program: To be expended 
under the direction of the Department of City 
1310.811 Planning ^ 

SLUM CLEARANCE BONDS OF 1957—421 

For the purpose of aiding in the eradication and 
elimination of any slum and blighted area within 
the City of Chicago, as defined and authorized by 
the "Blighted Areas Redevelopment Act of 1947," 
9110.801 approved July 2, 1947 5,000,000.00 



REHOUSING BONDS— 1947— 418 

For expense in securing housing accommodations for 
persons displaced by the removal or demolition of 

9110.812 sub-standard buildings 150,000.00 

For the rehousing of persons of low income that can- 
not otherwise be rehoused in decent, safe and 
uncongested dwelling accommodations within their 
financial reach residing within the area of any 
redevelopment project situated in the City of Chi- 
cago, undertaken and to be completed pursuant to 
the "Blighted Areas Redevelopment Act of 1947," 
approved July 2, 1947 as heretofore authorized and 
9110 820 as may be further authorized by the City Council 805,000.00 

955,000.00 



COMMUNITY CONSERVATION AREAS 
BONDS OF 1957—427 

For the purpose of providing local cash grants-in- 
aid and other expenditures as the City's share of 
Project Costs for Federally Assisted Urban Re- 
newal Projects for the prevention and spread of 
slum and blight in conservation areas in Hyde 
Park-Kenwood, near West Side, Englewood and 
such other areas in the City of Chicago as may 
be authorized by the City Council: To be ex- 
pended under the direction of the Community Con- 

1320.801 servation Board of Chicago 5,000,000.00 

For the employment of appraisers, engineers, drafts- 
men, planners, stenographers, clerks, and any 

other technical or non-technical personnel needed, 
and for the cost of title searches, prints, drawings, 
maps, advertising, surveys, studies, travel, insur- 
ance, impersonal services, supplies, materials, 
equipment, and office space in the preparation of 
programs and plans for the conservation of com- 
munities in the City of Chicago: To be expended 
under the direction of the Community Conserva- 

1320.802 tion Board of Chicago 300,000.00 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL-CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

Bond Funds. 

Community Conservation Areas Bonds of 1957— Continued. 

Code Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 

For the employment of appraisers, engineers, drafts- 
men, planners, stenographers, clerks, and any 
other technical or non-technical personnel needed, 
and for the cost of title searches, prints, drawings! 
maps, advertising, surveys, studies, travel, imper- 
sonal services, supphes, materials, equipment, and 
office space in the preparation of programs and 
plans for the conservation of communities in the 
City of Chicago: To be expended under the direc- 

1320.803 tion of the Department of City Planning 125,000.00 

For the employment of attorneys, investigators, 

clerks, stenographers, real estate and other valu- 
ators, engineers, expert witnesses, photographers, 
other personal services and title searches, pay- 
ment of taxes, payment of court costs, court re- 
porting, transportation of jurors and such imper- 
sonal services, material, equipment and supphes 
which may be required : To be expended under the 

1320.804 direction of the Department of Lav/ 200,000.00 

^^^^^ 5,625,000.00 

FIRE DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT BONDS— 1957— 447 

For the purchase of equipment for the Fire 
4210.400 Department 570,000.00 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION. 

Expenditures from the following Bond Funds shall 
be under the direction of the Commissioner of 
Streets and Sanitation unless otherwise provided. 

REFUSE DISPOSAL BONDS— 1953— 416 

For the purpose of acquiring sites for and building 
refuse incinerators, refuse loading stations, and 
acquiring equipment for loading, transporting and 
5321.825 unloading refuse and incinerator residue 2,200,000.00 

REFUSE DISPOSAL BONDS— 1957— 417 

For the purpose of acquiring sites for and building 
refuse incinerators, refuse loading stations, and 
acquiring equipment for loading, transporting and 

5321.830 unloading refuse and incinerator residue 8,991,000 00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 
5321.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 9,000.00 

"^^^^^ ■ 9,000,000.00 

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM BONDS— 1959— 423 

5475 ->:-->:-* Pqj. improving and extending the Fire Alarm System 2,995,700.00 
For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 

5450.*** pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 4,300.00 

Total 3,000,00000 

ELECTRIC STREET LIGHTING SYSTEM BONDS— 1955— 410 

For improving and extending the electric street 
5445. x x * lighting system 414,000.00 



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UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1327 



Bond Funds. 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION — Continued. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 



ELECTRIC STREET LIGHTING SYSTEM BONDS— 1958— 411 

For improving and extending the electric street 
5445."** lighting system 500,000.00 



ELECTRIC STREET LIGHTING BONDS— 1959— 406 

For improving, extending and equipping the electric 

5445.**** street lighting system 17,729,000.00 

For legal and litigation expense including the em- 
ployment of attorneys, investigators, clerks and 
other personal services incidental to the installa- 
tion of electric street Hghting: To be expended 

5450.*** under the direction of the Department of Law 250,000.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 
5410.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptrolle r 21,000.00 
Total 18,000,000.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Expenditures from the following Bond Funds shall 
be under the direction of the Commissioner of 
Public Works unless otherwise provided. 



POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT BUILDING BONDS— 1951— 466 

For the purpose of acquiring land and erecting and 
equipping buildings for the Fire Department as 
heretofore authorized and as may be further au- 
4211.*** thorized by the City Council 220,000.00 



HOUSE OF CORRECTION BONDS— 1952— 448 

For the purpose of enlarging, improving and reha- 
2421,*** bilitating the House of Correction 200,000.00 



HOUSE OF CORRECTION BONDS— 1957— 449 

For the purpose of enlarging, improving and reha- 
2421.*** bilitating the House of Correction 1,000,000.00 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



Bond Funds. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



CENTRAL MUNICIPAL HEATING PLANT AND SYSTEM 
BONDS— 1953— 440 

For the purpose of constructing a central municipal 
heating plant and system to be located in the 
vicinity of the House of Correction to furnish heat 
6854.*** to buildings housing City operated institutions 70,000.00 



MUNICIPAL BUILDING BOND :— 1957— 443 

For the purpose of acquiring land and erecting and 
equipping thereon public buildings for the Police 
Department, Fire Department and the Department 
6480. "** of Streets and Sanitation 5,900,000.00 



MUNICIPAL BUILDING BONDS— 1959— 445 

For constructing new municipal buildings for the 

6480. Police and Fire Departments 1,996,500.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds : To be ex- 
6482.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 3,500.00 

Total 2,000,000.00 



DOCKS AND PIERS BONDS— 1957— 480 

For constructing and repairing docks, barriers and 
revetment walls and for repair and rehabilitation 
8510.** ■- of Navy Pier 250,000.00 



DOCK AND PIER BONDS— 1959— 481 

For constructing and repairing of docks, fences, 
barriers and revetment walls, and for repair and 

8510.*** rehabilitation of Navy Pier 5,993,400.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 

8510.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 6,600.00 

Total 6,000,000.00 



BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION BONDS— 1951— 432 

For the purpose of constructing and reconstructing 
bridges, including acquisition of land and ease- 
6882.*** ments for approaches thereto 128,726.00 



ROBEY ST.— STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS— 1939 — 470 

For expense in connection with this improvement as 
authorized by the City Council on February 28, 
1946 (Council Journal p. 5191) for a viaduct in 
S. Damen Avenue and as amended by the City 
Council on September 19, 1957 (Council Journal 
6882.*** p. 5967) 1,170.00 



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1329 



Bond Funds. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 

Amounts 

Coda Appropriated 

$ 

BRIDGE AND VIADUCT BONDS— 1957— 433 

For the purpose of constructing bridges, grade sepa- 
rations and viaducts and approaches thereto, and 

6882.*** acquisition of land necessary therefor 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense in connection with the sale of bonds: To 
be expended under the direction of the City Comp- 

6882.957 troller 

Total 



1,796,500.00 



3,500.00 
1,800,000.00 



BRIDGE, GRADE SEPARATION AND VIADUCT BONDS— 1959— 437 

For constructing bridges, grade separations, viaducts 
and approaches thereto, including acquisition of 

6882.*** land necessary therefor 13,985,000.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 
6882.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 15,000.00 
Total 14,000,000.00 



SUPERHIGHWAY BONDS— 1947— 474 

For the construction of superhighways and appur- 
tenances thereto in the City of Chicago and the 
acquisition of rights-of-way necessary therefor 
as heretofore authorized or as may be further 

6824. *** authorized by the City Council 1,682,000.00 

For expense in securing housing accommodations for 
persons displaced by the removal or demolition of 

6826.*** buildings in connection with this improvement 10,000.00 

For expense of rearranging and reconstructing City- 
owned facilities incidental to superhighway con- 

6825. *** struction 200,000.00 

For the employment of attorneys, investigators, 
clerks, real estate and other valuators, tax spe- 
cialists, building examiners, engineers, expert wit- 
nesses, other personal services and for title 
searches and court costs: To be expended under 

6822.*** the direction of the Department of Law 107,500.00 

For legal and litigation expense arising out of the 
construction of superhighways and appurtenances 
incidental thereto : No part of this appropriation in 
excess of an initial expenditure of $15,000.00 un- 
der the direction of the Department of Law shall 
be expended except upon the further authority of 

6828.*** the City Council 100,500.00 

Total 2,100,000.00 



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December 8, 1959 



Bond Funds. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.— Continued. 
SUPERHIGHWAY BONDS— 1952— 476 

_ Amounts 
Gooo Appropriated 

$ 

For constructing portions of the South Route and 
the Southwest Route of the Comprehensive Super- 

6824.*** highway System 10,850,000.00 

For expense of the alteration to the Cermak Pump- 
ing Station Header System occasioned by the South 
Route and Southwest Route Superhighway con- 
struction: To be expended under the direction of 

8270.556 the Water Distribution Division 250,000.00 

For the expense of rearranging and reconstructing 
City-owned facilities incidental to the construction 
of portions of the South Route and Southwest 
Route of the Comprehensive Superhighway 

6822.*** System 400,000.00 

Total 11,500,000.00 

SUBWAY BONDS— 1952— 472 

For subway construction in accordance with the pro- 

6814.*** visions under City Transit Fund 1,760,000.00 

Fixed transportation equipment in accordance with 

6816.*** the provisions under City Transit Fund 3,200,000.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 

6812.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 10,000.00 

Total ^;970,00a0b 



MEDIAN STRIPS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE 
SUPERHIGHWAY SYSTEM BONDS— 1957— 477 

For subway construction in accordance with the pro- 
visions under City Transit Fund, including the 
construction of retaining walls, substructures, tun- 
nels, and other transit facilities in the median 
strips of the superhighways in the Comprehensive 
Superhighway System and relocation and recon- 

6814.*** struction of existing transit facilities 9,840,000.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 
6812.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 10,000.00 
Total "9^850 ,^000^00 



PLAYGROUND AND RECREATION BONDS— 1957— 463 

For the construction, equipment and improvement of 
parks and playgrounds, public beaches and bathing 
places and acquiring land necessary therefor, and 
for the services of engineering, technical and cleri- 
cal employes in preparation of plans and for such 
other expense as may be required in connection 

6750. '■** with these improvements 260,000.00 

For the employment of attorneys, real estate and 
other valuators, tax specialists, building examiners, 
engineers, and expert witnesses, and for title 
searches, court costs and jury transportation, taxes 
and other expenses involved in the acquisition of 
playground sites: To be expended under the direc- 

6752.640 tion of the Law Department 40,000.00 

Total 300,000.00 



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Bond Funds. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 



$ 

AIRPORT BONDS— 1945 — 430 

For engineering services for the extension and im- 
provement of Chicago Midway Airport, Chicago- 
O'Hare International Airport, and Merrill C. 
Meigs Field and for equipment, supplies and other 
expenses incidental thereto. (Subject to reimburse- 
ment in part by the Federal Government and the 
8680.'-** State of Illinois) 56,000.00 



AIRPORT BONDS— 1957— 431 

(Subject to reimbursement in part by the Federal 
Government and the State of Illinois) 

For engineering services in connection with the re- 
habilitation and improvement of Chicago Midway 
Airport and the acquisition of land for the im- 
provement of Chicago-O'Hare International Air- 
port, and for equipment, supplies and other ex- 
penses incidental thereto. 

For the rehabilitation and improvement of Chicago 
Midway Airport. 

For the acquisition of land for the extension and 
improvement of Chicago-O'Hare International 
Airport 

8680.*** 6,600,000.00 

For the employment of attorneys, investigators, 
clerks, real estate and other valuators, tax spe- 
cialists, building examiners, engineers, expert wit- 
nesses, and other personal services and for title 
searches in connection with the acquisition of prop- 
erty and for payment of court costs and such 
impersonal services, material, equipment and sup- 
plies which may be required in connection with 
the acquisition of property for the extension and 
improvement of Chicago Midway Airport and 
Chicago-O'Hare International Airport: To be ex- 
pended under the directions of the Department of 

1618.145 Law 500,000.00 

Total 7,100,000.00 



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December 8, 1959 



Bond Funds. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

$ 

SEWER BONDS— 1957 — 493 

For improving, extending and constructing sewers 
as autliorized and directed by ordinance of the 
City Council or as may be further authorized and 
directed by ordinances of the City Council; includ- 
ing the taking and acquiring of private and public 
property therefor and necessary expenses inci- 
dental to such acquisition and expenses for the 
supervision of construction and expenses for the 
preparation of plans and specifications and such 
engineering, legal, accounting, clerical and other 
personal services, and for such impersonal services, 
rents, material and supplies, and equipment as may 
be required for surveys, borings, investigations, 
studies, preparation of contract and working draw- 
ings, specifications, taking and acquiring private 
and public property, provided such sewer construc- 
tion is performed under contracts awarded to the 

6875. -^** lowest responsible bidder 2,860,000.00 

For the expense of relocating or reconstructing water 
mains, connections and appurtenances incidental to 
the construction of sewers: To be expended under 
8270.562 the direction of the Water Distribution Division.... 600,000.00 

For the expense of relocating or reconstructing City- 
owned electrical utilities including equipment and 
appurtenances incidental to the construction of 
sewers: To be expended under the direction of the 

6876. *** Department of Streets and Sanitation 300,000.00 

For improving, extending and constructing sewers as 
authorized by the City Council: To be expended 

6874.*** under the direction of the Bureau of Sewers 200,000.00 

For legal and litigation expense arising out of the 
construction of sewers and appurtenances inciden- 
tal thereto: To be expended under the direction of 

1616.145 the Department of Law 40,000.00 

Total from Sewer Bonds — 1957 4,000,000.00 



SEWER BONDS— 1959— 494 

For improving, extending and constructing sewers 
in the City of Chicago in accordance with the pro- 

6875."** visions under Sewer Bonds — 1957 10,740,000.00 

For improving, extending and constructing sewers 
as authorized by the City Council : To be expended 

6874.' ** under the direction of the Bureau of Sewers 1,046,500.00 

For legal opinions, printing, advertising and other 
expense incidental to the sale of bonds: To be ex- 
6872.957 pended under the direction of the City Comptroller 13,500.00 
Total from Sewer Bonds — 1959 11,800,000.00 



CORPORATE BOND SURPLUS ACCOUNT-^44 

For expenditures as may be authorized by the City 
1515.*** Council 8,000.00 



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1333 



100-Corporate Fund 



*Note: The items appropriated are the items in the 
Budget Document marked with an asterisk. 

No. 1 CORPORATE PURPOSES FUND— 100 
MAYOR'S OFFICE 

The Mayor is by statute the chief executive officer of the City. Illinois statutes provide that the Mayor 
"shall perform all the duties which are prescribed by-law, including the City ordinances, and shall take care 
that the laws and ordinances are faithfully executed." 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 225,076. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 603. 

*1110.000 For Personal Services 225,679. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 5,000. 

.150 Publications '^50. 

.186 Telephone 4,000. 

*1110.100 For Contractual Services 9,750. 



.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 14,000. 

*1110.300 For Commodities 14,000. 

*Total for Mayor's Office $ 249,429. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions 



9608 Mayor 1 $ 35,000. 

9954 Administrative Assistant 1 11,592. 

9954 Administrative Assistant 1 11,040. 

9606 Secretary to Mayor 1 11,040. 

9609 Assistant Secretary 1 9,528. 

9609 Assistant Secretary 5 5,064. 

9609 Assistant Secretary 2 4,824. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 



Schedule Salary Adjustment 99. 

16 132,623. 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION 

9638 Administrative Officer 1 23,500. 

9639 Member of Advisory Board ($2 5 ,000) 50.00d 

48,500. 



PUBLIC RELATIONS DIVISION 

0747 Director of Public Relations 1 14,784. 

9652 Director of Commerce and Special Events ... 1 13,404. 

0745 Assistant Director of Public Relations 1 10,008. 

0741 Public Information Assistant I 1 5,856. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 594. 

4 44,556 . 

^ $ 225,679. 



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MAYOR'S OFFICE OF INQUIRY AND INFORMATION 

The Mayor's Office of Inquiry and Information acts as the general information center of City government. 
It assists citizens in adjusting complaints regarding City services and answers inquiries relating thereto. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 56,244. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 553. 

*1120.000 For Personal Services 56,797. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 750. 

'1120.100 For Contractual Services 750. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 4,000. 

•1120.300 For Commodities 4,000. 

*1120.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*Total for Mayor's Office of Inquiry and 

Information $ 62,047. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 



GENERAL INFORMATION SERVICES— 1120 

0737 Director of Information 1 $ 9,528. 

0734 Information Representative II 1 5,856. 

0733 Information Representative I 1 5,316. 

0733 Information Representative I 1 4,596. 

0730 Information Clerk 2 4,596. 

0730 Information Clerk 1 3,432. 

0731 Information Attendant 1 5,316. 

0731 Information Attendant 1 3,972. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,064. 

0834 Typist 1 3,972. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 553. 

11 $ 56,797. 



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MAYOR'S OFFICE 

BUDGETARY DIVISION 

.u ^- "^^^ Budgetary Division prepares preliminary budget estimates for the Mayor and City Council Under 
the direction of the Mayor, it prepares the annual Executive Budget. In addition, the Division makes manage- 
ment surveys, wage surveys, economic studies, and field analyses. 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 199,404. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,284. 

.020 Overtime 3,000. 

* 1140.000 For Personal Services 203,688. 

.125 Office and Building Services 650. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 175. 

.150 Publication — Budget Document 30,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 175. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 100. 

.186 Telephone 250. 

4140.100 For Contractual Services 31^350. 



.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 2,070. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 500. 

.270 Local Transportation 100. 

*1140.200 For Travel 2^670". 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,500. 

*1140.300 For Commodities 2,500. 

*1140.700 For Contingencies 500. 



*Total for Budgetary Division $ 240,708. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 1141 

9661 Budget Director 1 $ 22 500. 

1126 Deputy Budget Director 1 19 824. 

0805 Secretary 1 5 316 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 5 316. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 264. 

^ 53,220. 

BUDGET PREPARATION AND EXECUTION— 1142 

1107 Principal Budget Analyst 1 11,592. 

1105 Senior Budget Analyst 1 7 464 

1103 Budget Analyst 2 7,104 

1103 Budget Analyst 1 6,144. 

1315 Examiner of Efficiency — (Technical) 1 9,528. 



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1339 



100-Corporate Fund 

Mayor's Office — Budgetary Division— Continaed 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

1312 Employe Compensation Technician II 1 $ 5,580. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,444. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 636. 

Overtime 3,000 . 

8 64,596. 

MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT STUDIES— 1144 

1124 Assistant Budget Director 1 12,168. 

1157 Principal Methods Analyst 1 8,640. 

1155 Senior Methods Analyst 1 6,768. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 384. 

^ 27,960. 

PROGRAM REPORTING, REVIEW AND 
ANALYSIS— 1146 

1115 Assistant to Budget Director 1 10,512. 

1145 Fiscal Planner 1 7,836. 

1725 Research Assistant 1 5,856. 

3 24,204. 

PERSONNEL UTILIZATION STUDIES— 1148 

1137 Director of Field Analysis 1 9,072. 

1135 Assistant Director of Field Analysis 1 6,768. 

1133 Field Analyst 2 6,144. 

1133 Field Analyst 1 5,580. 

~5 33,708 . 

~23 $ 203,688. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for the use of personally 
owned automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 
months by: 

Field Analyst 3 

~3 $ 2,070. 



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100-Corporate Fund 



CITY COUNCIL 



The City Council is the legislative body of the City. It consists of the Mayor and fifty Aldermen. The 
Council is authorized to exercise only such general £ind specific powers as the General Assembly has delegated 
by statute. It passes ordinances, subject to the Mayor's veto. It levies taxes to defray the expenditures and 
obligations of the health, safety and service functions. 



Ten per cent of the amount expended hereunder to be reimbursed from the Water Fund as its proportion- 
ate share of this expense, as per Section 7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 



.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 675,444. 

•1210.000 For Personal Services 675,444. 

For allowance to members of the City 
Council for expenses incurred in the 
use, maintenance and operation of 
personally owned automobiles in . 
connection with official duties, at not 
to exceed $55.00 per month: 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 32,400. 

*1210.200 For Travel 32,400. 

*1210.801 For operating expense of the offices of 
the Aldermen in connection with their 
official duties 150,000. 

*Total for City Council $ 857,844. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

9601 Alderman 50 $ 8,000. 

9603 Chairman, Committee on Finance 1 3,500. 

9'605 Secretary to Alderman 50 5,316. 

9607 Secretary to President Pro-Tem 1 6,144. 



101 $ 675,444. 



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UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



lOO-Corporate Fund 



CITY COUNCIL LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU 

The function of the Legislative Reference Bureau is to prepare ordinances, orders, and other matters 
requested by Council members. It is the research division of the Council. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 24,972. 

*1280.000 For Personal Services 24,972. 

.125 Office and Building Services 100. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 100. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Surveys 1,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 300. 

*1280.100 For Contractual Services 1,500. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 500. 

*1280.200 For Travel 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 800. 

*1280.300 For Commodities 800. 

*Total for Legislative Reference Bureau. . . $ 27,772. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Cods 


Positions 


No. 


Rate 


9610 


Director Legislative Reference Bureau . . . . 


... 1 $ 


9,072. 


9612 




1 


6,144. 


1725 




1 


5,580. 


9813 




1 


4,176. 






4 $ 


24,972. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES 
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

The Committee on Finance has jurisdiction over the appropriation ordinance, tax levy ordinances, rev- 
enue and expenditure orders, ordinances and resolutions; capital improvement programs, city property, admin- 
istrative efficiency, consolidation of governmental bodies, state and federal legislation affecting municipal fi- 
nance, the maintenance of municipal services, and matters generally affecting the Mayor's Office, the Depart- 
ments of Finance, Public Works, Water and Sewers, City Maintenance departments, the Capital Improvements 
Committee; and the solicitation of funds for charitable or other purposes on the street and in other public 
places. 

Twenty-five per cent of the amount expended hereunder for general operating expense of the Commit- 
tee to be reimbursed from the Water Fund as its proportionate share of this expense as per Section 7-14 of the 



Municipal Code of Chicago. 

Amounts 

Cods Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll..... $ 166,668. 

.020 Overtime 2,000. 

*1230.000 For Personal Services 168,668. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 100. 

* 1230.1 00 For Contractual Services 1,100. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,000. 

*1230.300 For Commodities 2^000^ 

*1230.700 For Contingencies 3,900. 



*Total for Committee on Finance $ 175,668. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

9613 Chief Budget Examiner 1 $ 14,784. 

9614 Deputy Chief Budget Examiner 1 13,404. 

9604 Secretary of Committee on Finance 1 12,168. 

5621 Engineer Examiner 1 10,512. 

5621 Engineer Examiner 1 10,008. 

1737 Chief Statistician 1 10,008. 

9729 Program Examiner 1 6,768. 

1181 Examiner 1 9,072. 

1181 Examiner 1 7,836. 

1181 Examiner 1 7,464. 

1181 Examiner 1 7,104. 

1181 Examiner 1 6,768. 

1181 Examiner 1 6,444. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 6,444. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 6,144. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

~J6 138,900. 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION DIVISION 

9727 Supervisor of Workmen's Compensation 1 7,464. 

3351 Assistant City Physician 1 5,580. 

9728 Investigator of Workmen's Compensation 1 4,596. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

5 27,768 . 

~21 $ 166,668. 



December 8, 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 134o 

100-Corporate Fund 

COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS AND ZONING 

The Committee on BuUdings and Zoning has jurisdiction over building and zoning ordinances and mat- 
ters generally affecting the Department of Buildings. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 56,700. 

*1224.000 For Personal Services 56,700. 

.128 Fees and Services 9,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 250. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 3,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues ^OQ- 

*1224.100 For Contractual Services 12,350. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 690. 

.270 Local Transportation 1,860- 

*1224.200 For Travel 2,550. 

.340 Material and Supplies 200. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 450. 

*1224.300 For Commodities 650. 

.422 Office Machines 

*1224.400 For Equipment 900- 

*1224.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 

*1224.802 For Review of Zoning Ordinance 2,000. 

*Total for Committee on Buildings 

and Zoning $ 76,150. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Codo Positions 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 

0290 Liaison Officer 

1287 Zoning Inspector 

1293 Zoning Examiner 

9723 Chief Investigator 

9721 Investigator 

9813 Secretarial Stenographer . 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed IIV2 months 
by: 

Chief Investigator 1 

1 $ 690. 



No. Rate 

1 $ 7,836. 

1 6,444. 

2 6,444. 
1 5,856. 
1 5,064. 

3 4,596. 
1 4,824 . 

"To $ 56,700. 



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lOO-Corporate Fund 

CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES 



Amounts 

Code A ppropriated 

COMMITTEE ON AVIATION 

•1222.000 For Personal Services $ 32,356. 

*1222.100 For Contractual Services 250. 

*1222.200 For Travel 1,000. 

*1222.300 For Commodities 250. 

*1222.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*Total for Committee on Aviation $ 34,356. 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES AND RULES 

*1226.000 For Personal Services $ 24,255. 

*1226.100 For Contractual Services 250. 

*1226.300 For Commodities 250. 

•1226.801 For Redistricting Expense 7,500. 

*Total for Committee on Committees 

and Rules $ 32,255. 



COMMITTEE ON FORESTRY AND 
RECREATION 

•1234.000 For Personal Services $ 10,188. 

•1234.100 For Contractual Services 160. 

*Total for Committee on Forestry and 

Recreation $ 10,348. 



COMMITTEE ON HARBORS, WHARVES AND 
BRIDGES 

•1236.000 For Personal Services $ 12,128. 

•1236.100 For Contractual Services 150. 

•1236.300 For Commodities 150. 

*Total for Committee on Harbors, Wharves 

and Bridges $ 12,428. 



COMMITTEE ON HEALTH 

•1238.000 For Personal Services $ 14,982. 

•1238.100 For Contractual Services 214. 

•1238.300 For Commodities 200. 

*Total for Committee on Health $ 15,396. 



COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY AND STATE 
LEGISLATION 

•1242.000 For Personal Services $ 12,020. 

•1242.100 For Contractual Services 160. 

•1242.801 Expense in attending sessions of State 

Legislature 1,000. 

*Total for Committee on Judiciary and 

State Legislation $ 13,180. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1345 



100-Corporate Fund 

City Council Committees (continued) 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

COMMITTEE ON LICENSE 

*1244.000 For Personal Services $ 13,726. 

*1244.100 For Contractual Services 125. 

*1244.300 For Commodities 125. 

*Total for Committee on License $ 13,976. 



COMMITTEE ON LOCAL INDUSTRIES, STREETS 
AND ALLEYS 

*1246.000 For Personal Services $ 17,090. 

*1246.100 For Contractual Services 250. 

*1246.300 For Commodities 250. 

*Total for Committee on Local Industries, 

Streets and Alleys $ 17,590. 



COMMITTEE ON LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 

*1248.000 For Personal Services $ 6,624. 

$ 6,624. 



COMMITTEE ON PLANNING AND HOUSING 

* 1250.000 For Personal Services $ 35,060. 

*1250.100 For Contractual Services 250. 

*1250.300 For Commodities 2'50. 

*1250.700 For Contingencies 1,500. 

*Total for Committee on Planning and 

Housing $ 37,060. 



COMMITTEE ON POLICE, FIRE, CIVIL SERVICE, 
SCHOOLS AND MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS 

*1252.000 For Personal Services $ 12,900. 

*1252.100 For Contractual Services 150. 

*1252.300 For Commodities 150. 

*Total for Committee on Police, Fire, 
Civil Service, Schools and Municipal 
Institutions $ 13,200. 



COMMITTEE ON UTILITIES 

For the employment of Accountants, Attorneys, 
Engineers, and other persons as may be 



required. 

*1260.000 For Personal Services $ 46,300. 

*1260.100 For Contractual Services 500. 

*1260.300 For Commodities 500. 

* 1260.700 For Contingencies 2,000. 

*Total for Committee on Utilities $ 49,300. 



1346 



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100-Corporate Fund 



BOARDS OF EXAMINERS 

The Board of Plumbing Exammers examines applicants for plumbers' licenses, issues said licenses and 
certificates of registration. The Board of Examiners of Mason Contractors performs the same service for ma- 
son contractors. The Board of Examiners of Stationary Engineers examines applicants for licenses as engineers, 
and boiler and water tenders, and issues certificates to applicants found qualified. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 95,904. 

*4830,000 For Personal Services $ 95,904. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 2,500. 

*4830.200 For Travel 2,500. 

*4830.801 For operating expense: Board of 

Examiners of Mason Contractors 1,100. 

*4830.802 For operating expense: Board of 

Examiners of Plumbers 1,100. 

*4830.803 For operating expense: Board of 

Examiners of Stationary Engineers 1,100. 

*4830.804 For operating expense: Board of 

Examiners of Motion Picture Projection 

Machine Operators 115. 

*Total for Boards of Examiners $ 101,819. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
TRADE LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION— 4832 

Code Positions No. Rate 



Board of Examiners of Plumbers 

9658 Chairman and Member 1 $ -0- 

9659 Member ($2,500.00) 1 SO.OOd 

9659 Member 1 9-958. 

1243 License Investigator 1 5,064. 

1243 License Investigator ■ 1 4,380 . 

5 21,902. 

Board of Examiners of Mason Contractors 

9658 Chairman and Member (Mason) 1 -0- 

9659 Member (Mason) 1 8,232. 

9659 Member (Mason) 1 7,464 . 

3 15,696. 

Board of Examiners of Stationary Engineers 

9658 Chairman and Member 1 -0- 

9659 Member 1 -0- 

9659 Member 1 9,720. 

1243 License Investigator 1 5,580 . 

4 15,300. 

Boari' Exr miners of Moti->n Picture 
Fr^jectian Machine Cr.cr.tcrs 

9659 Member 1 8,006. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

BOARDS OF EXAMINERS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

General Office 

9620 Secretary, Board of Examiners 1 $ 12,500. 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerli # 1 6,444. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0821 Junior Stenographer # 1 4,596. 

~5 35,000 . 

18 $ 95,904. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed liy2 months 
by: 

Secretary 1 

Member — Plumbers 1 

Member — Engineers 1 

Administrative Assistant 1 

License Investigator — Engineers 1 

Total 5 $ 2,500. 



December 8, 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

100-Corporate Fund 

MAYOR'S COMMISSION FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 

Commission develops public awareness and active interest in the problems of the aging. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 10,620. 

.010 Salaries and Wages— on Voucher 12,000. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 264. 

*1164.000 For Personal Services 22,884. 

.125 Office and Building Services 500. 

.128 Fees and Services 500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 500. 

.149 Other Prof essional and Technical Services . . 2,500. 

.169 Technical Meeting Costs 1,500. 

*1164.100 For Contractual Services 5,500. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 200. 

.270 Local Transportation 300. 

*1 164.200 For Travel 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 500. 

*1164.300 For Commodities 500. 

*1164.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 

*1164.801 For Horticultural Therapy Project 2,000. 

*1 164.802 For Retired Teachers' Program 10,000. 

*Total for Mayor's Commission for 

Senior Citizens $ 42,384. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 $ 6,444. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 264. 

~2 $ 10,884. 



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1351 



100-Corporate Fund 

COMMISSION ON YOUTH WELFARE 

The Commission cooperates with the Mayor, the City CouncH, city departments, agencies and officials m 
carrying out a comprehensive program of youth welfare involving all public and voluntary agencies engaged 
in providing services or facilities to the youth of Chicago. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — On Payroll $ 116,628. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — On Voucher 149,079. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments • 768. 

*3450.000 For Personal Services 266,475. 



.125 Office and Building Services 2,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

.150 Publications 3,350. 

.155 Rental of Property 18,200. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 275. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 350. 

.186 Telephone 3,800. 

*3450.100 For Contractual Services 28,975. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 2,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,200. 

.270 Local Transportation 750. 

*3450.200 For Travel 3,950. 



.340 Material and Supplies 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,500 . 

*3450.300 For Commodities 2,000. 

.422 Office Machines 1,500. 

.424 Furniture 2,600 . 

*3450.400 For Equipment 4,100. 

*3450.700 For Contingencies 1,500. 

*Total for Commission on Youth Welfare. . . $ 307,000. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code 


Positions 


No. 


Rate 


9740 


Executive Director of Youth Welfare 


. 1 $ 


15,000. 


3068 


Deputy Director of Youth Welfare 


1 


11,040. 


0301 




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5,316. 


0805 




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5,064. 


0825 


Principal Stenographer 


2 


4,596. 


0821 


Junior Stenographer 


. 1 


3,432. 


0401 


Junior Clerk 


. 2 


3,264. 


5741 


Graphic Artist I 


. 1 


5,316. 


3070 


Director of Public Information 








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1 


10.008. 


3071 


Coordinator of Youth Services (City Wide) . . 


. 1 


9,528. 


3072 


Coordinator of Youth Services (Community) . 


. 1 


10,008. 


3040 


Community Unit Director I 


1 


7,836. 


3041 


Community Unit Director II 


1 


8,232. 


3073 


Neighborhood Worker II 


2 


5,064. 




Schedule Salary Adjustment 




768. 






17 $ 


117,396. 



1352 



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100-Corporate Fund 

COMMUNITY CONSERVATION BOARD OF CHICAGO 

(See Community Conservation Areas Bonds of 1957 for other appropriations.) 

The Community Conservation Board designates conservation areas and submits to the City CouncU 
plans for the conservation of urban residential areas, prevention of slums, and carries into effect conservation 
plans as approved by the City Council. 



Appropriated 



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7,500. 


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.143 




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800. 


.166 




750. 


.186 




600. 


.188 




150. 


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.224 


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4,140. 


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.240 


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500. 


.245 




2,500. 


.270 




500. 


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8,640. 


.340 




3,000. 


.348 


Books and Related Material 


1,000. 


.350 


Stationery and Office Supplies 


7,000. 


*1320.300 




11,000. 


*1320.700 




4,000. 



*Total for Community Conservation 
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$ 265,829. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Community Conservation Board of Chicago — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

COORDINATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD 
CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES— 1320 



Code Positions No. Rate 

Executive Division 

9662 Commissioner of Community Conservation... 1 $ 22,500. 
1415 Assistant Commissioner of Community 

Conservation 1 12,168. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,316. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

^ 45,048. 

Administrative Division 

0175 Chief of Finance (CCB) 1 8,232. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,444. 

0403 Senior Cleric 1 3,972. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,824. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,176. 

0834 Typist 1 3, 780. 

0461 Messenger Clerk 1 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 81. 

~7 34,617. 

Community and Public Relations 

0715 Director of Community Relations 1 9,072. 

0712 Community Relations Representative II 1 6,144. 

0711 Community Relations Representative 1 4 6,144. 

0741 Public Information Assistant I 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 2 3,780. 

0834 Typist 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 456. 

To 55,836. 

Planning Division 

1430 Director of Planning (Conservation) 1 10,008. 

1404 City Planner IV 1 8,640. 

1403 City Planner III 1 6,768. 

1402 City Planner II 1 6,444. 

1402 City Planner II 1 6,144. 

1401 City Planner 1 1 5,856. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,824. 

5702 Draftsman II 2 4.596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0834 Typist . '. 1 3,780. 

0834 Typist 1 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,280. 

13 74,888. 

Total 34 $ 210,389. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed llYz months 
by: 

Commissioner of Community Conservation 1 

"1 $ 1,000. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS 

The Commission cooperates with the Mayor, City Council, City departments and agencies, in obtaining 
equal services to all residents, without regard to race, color, creed, national origin or ancestry. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 156,660. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 707. 

*3410.000 For Personal Services 157,367. 

.125 Office and Building Services 500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 2,000. 

.150 Publications 17,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 200. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 500. 

.186 Telephone 3,000. 

*3410.10O For Contractual Services 23,200. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis 3,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 800. 

.270 Local Transportation 600. 

*3410.200 For Travel 4,400. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 3,500. 

•3410.300 For Commodities 3,500. 

*3410.700 For Contingencies 1,500. 

*3410.801 For Expense of Newcomers Activities 50,000. 



*Total for Commission on Human Relations. $ 239,967. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
PROMOTING HUMAN RELATIONS— 3410 



Code Positions No. Rate 

3066 Executive Director of Human Relations...... 1 $ 13,404. 

3064 Deputy Executive Director of Human 

Relations 1 9,528. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,856. 

3033 Director of Civil Rights Services 1 7,104. 

3038 Director of Community Services 1 8,232. 

3031 Director of Educational Services 1 7,104. 

3036 Director of Social Research 1 7,104. 

3032 Director of Employment Services 1 7,104. 

3035 Director of Public Information Services 1 7,104. 

0741 Public Information Assistant 1 2 4,824. 

3009 Human Relations Officer 3 6,144. 

3009 Human Relations Officer 5 5,856. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,316. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 3 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 707. 

'Je $ 157,367. 



December 8, 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 1357 

100-Corporate Fund 

NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

The Neighborhood Redevelopment Commission supervises and regulates Neighborhood Redevelopment 
Corporations. Such corporations may acquire real property, may alter, renovate, demolish or rebuild ex- 
isting improvements, and construct, maintain, and operate development areas. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 23,020 . 

*1330.000 For Personal Services 23,020. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 150, 

Professional Services: 
.149 Other Professional and Technical 

Services '^^Q - 

*1330.100 For Contractual Services 850. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 200. 

.270 Local Transportation 300 . 

»1330.200 For Travel 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies l^OOO - 

*1330.300 For Commodities l^OOfl. 

*Total for Neighborhood 

Redevelopment Commission $ 25,370 . 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. l^ate 

9693 Executive Secretary — Neighborhood Rede- 
velopment Commission 1 $ 10,000. 

9695 Assistant to Executive Secretary — Neighbor- 
hood Redevelopment Commission 1 8,640. 

9813 Secretarial Stenographer 1 4,380 . 

3 $ 23,020. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

LICENSE APPEAL COMMISSION 

The License Appeal Commission receives appeals from any resident of the City, or from any person 
concerned on any order or action of a local commissioner (Mayor) granting or refusmg to grant a hcense, 
revoking or refusing to revoke a license or refusing to grant a hearing upon a complamt to revoke a license; 
to try such order or action; and to decide and enter orders thereon. 



Amounts 

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.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 11,916. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 

*4870.000 For Personal Services 12,138. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 1,500. 

*4870.100 For Contractual Services 7,500. 

*4870.700 For Contingencies ^^Q- 

*Total License Appeal Commission $ 20,138. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
LIQUOR LICENSE REVOCATION APPEALS— 4870 

Coda Positions No. Raie 

9690 Member License Appeal Commission 1 $ 3,000. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,316. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 222^. 

3 $ 12,138. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

PUBLIC VEHICLE LICENSE COMMISSION 

c;nnervisGs taxicab and public vehicle operations; examines and licenses drivers of public vehicles, taxi- 
meters an'^dXr'ap'ur^en^^^^ vehicles. It recommends to the City Council the number, location 



and capacity of cab stands. 



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Code 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 117,336. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustment ^ 

*4850.000 For Personal Services 117,583. 

.125 OfRce and Building Services 1,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

.186 Telephone 

*4850.100 For Contractual Services 2,300. 

.228 Automobile Allowance— flat rate 1,200. 

.270 Local Transportation 

*4850.200 For Travel 1,500. 

.320 Gasoline ^O*^- 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 3,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material ^QQ- 

*4850.300 For Commodities 4,400. 

.422 Office Machines 300. 

.424 Furniture '''O^- 

.450 Vehicles ^'^00. 

*4850.400 For Equipment 2,500. 

*Total for Public Vehicle License 

Commission $ 128,283. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



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REGULATION OF PUBLIC VEHICLE 
OPERATION— 4850 

Commissioner of Public Vehicle Licenses 1 $ 

Deputy Commissioner of Public Vehicle 

Licenses 

Supervisor of Public Vehicle Inspectors 

Supervisor of Public Chauffeur Licenses 

Examiner of Public Chauffeur Licenses 

Public Vehicle Inspector 

Public Vehicle Inspector 

Public Vehicle Inspector 

Public Vehicle Inspector 

Principal Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 



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9,528. 
6,444. 
6,444. 
4,824. 
5,064. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
3,780. 
5,580. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
3,972. 
4,380. 



1362 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Public Vehicle License Commission — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

Regulation of Public Vehicle ' 
Operations — 4850 — Continued 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 $ 3,264. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 5,856. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0834 Typist 2 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator # 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 247. 

"22 $ 117,583. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 

automobiles for not to exceed 111/2 months 
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Supervisor of Public Vehicle Inspectors 1 

Supervisor of Public Chauffeur Licenses 1 

2 $ 1,200. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

COMMISSION FOR THE REHABILITATION OF PERSONS 

The Commission offers medical and psychiatric assistance to individuals requesting this help. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 173,686. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,836. 

*3440.G00 For Personal Services 175,522. 

.128 Fees and services 500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

.150 Publications 1,500. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 250. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 250. 

.186 Telephone 1,500. 

*3440.100 For Contractual Services 5,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 200. 

*3440.200 For Travel i;200^ 

•330 Food 25,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 15,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 300. 

.348 Books and Related Materials 300. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,000. 

*3440.300 For Commodities 41,600. 

*3440.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 

*Total for Commission on Rehabilitation. ... $ 224,322. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

ASSISTANCE SERVICES TO CONTROL 
ALCOHOLISM— 3440 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

3555 Director of Rehabilitation Center . . 1 $ 10,512. 

3325 Medical Director 1 10,512. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 7,464. 

3363 Physician 1 6,768. 

3317 Resident Physician (72 hrs wk) 1 3,972. 

3317 Resident Physician (72 hrs wk) 2 3,780. 



December 8, 1959 



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1365 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

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POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



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3575 




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3535 




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35 $ 175,522. 



1366 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

LOCAL LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSIONER 

Administers any ordinances and resolutions relating to alcoholic liquor as may be enacted. 
(To be expended under the direction of the Mayor) 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 5,064. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 20,000. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 126. 

*4860.000 For Personal Services 25,190. 

.128 Fees and Services 750. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 25,000. 

*4860.100 For Contractual Services 25,750. 

*4860.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*Total for Local Liquor Control 

Commissioner $ 51,440. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

0805 Secretary 1 $ 5,064. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 126. 

1 $ 5,190. 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 



ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 



The function of the Board is to hear appeals from the decision of the Commissioner ot Buildings in the 
enforcement of the Zoning Ordinance, and to report its findings and recommendations in each case. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 72,512. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 376. 

*4330.000 For Personal Services 72,888. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 200. 

.152 Advertising 1,800. 

*4330.100 For Contractual Services 4,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 500. 

•4330.200' For Travel 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,000. 

•4330.300 For Commodities 2,000. 



*For Zoning Board of Appeals $ 79,888. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
DISPOSITION OF ZONING APPEALS— 4330 

Coda Positions No. Rate 

9655 Chairman, Zoning Board of Appeals 1 $ 7,500. 

9657 Member, Zoning Board of Appeals 4 5,000. 

1297 Chief Zoning Examiner 1 9,528. 

1293 Zoning Examiner 1 5,064. 

1293 Zoning Examiner 2 4,824. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 6,444. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 3,780. 

0810 Hearing Reporter 1 6,768. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 376. 

'U $ 72,888. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING 

The function of the Department of City Planning is to maintain and expand a comprehensive gen- 
eral plan of Chicago; to coordinate the planning of specific physical improvement projects; to keep the Chicago 
Zoning Ordinance under constant review and to recommend amendments, and to coordinate the develop- 
ment of a long range capital improvements program. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 527,880. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 4,159. 

*1310.000 For Personal Services 532,039. 

.125 Office and Building Services 25,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Surveys 50,000. 

.150 Publications 25,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 500. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 500. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 1,500. 

* 13 10. 100 For Contractual Services 103,500. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis 1,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 4,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 500. 

*1310.200 For Travel 5^500". 

.340 Material and Supplies 10,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 4,500. 

•1310.300 For Commodities 14,500. 

•1310.700 For Contingencies 5,000. 

For payment to Northeastern Illinois 

•1310.803 Metropolitan Area Planning Commission. . 25,000. 



Total for Department of City Planning. . . $ 685,539. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Posilions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 1311 

9664 Commissioner of Planning 1 $ 22,500. 

1436 Deputy Commissioner of Planning 1 19,824. 

1440 Assistant to the Commissioner of City 

Planning 1 10,008. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 9,072. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,856. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,856. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,316. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

Department of City Planning— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 1311— Continued 

0506 Librarian II 1 $ 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,856. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,596. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 5,064. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 264. 

~13 108,084. 



FORECASTING AND PLANNING FUTURE 
DEVELOPMENT— 1312 
Administrative and Clerical 



1434 Director of Planning (General) 1 15,528. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

^ 23,880. 

General Plan 

1405 City Planner V 3 10,512 

1404 City Planner IV 1 9,528. 

1404 City Planner IV 1 8,640. 

1403 City Planner III 1 8,232. 

1403 City Planner III 1 7,464. 

1403 City Planner III 1 6,768. 

1403 City Planner III 1 7,104. 

1402 City Planner II 1 7,104. 

1401 City Planner II 1 6,768. 

1401 City Planner I 1 5,856. 

1401 City Planner 1 1 5,580. 

1401 City Planner I 1 5,580. 

1725 Research Assistant 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,474 . 

15 116,458. 

Project Review 

1402 City Planner II 1 7,464 . 

1 7,464. 

Graphics 

5740 Chief Graphic Artist 1 10,008. 

5743 Graphic Artist III 1 7,836. 

5742 Graphic Artist II 1 7,104. 

5742 Graphic Artist II 1 5,856. 

5741 Graphic Artist 1 1 5,316. 

5741 Graphic Artist 1 1 5,316. 

5741 Graphic Artist I 1 5,064. 

5703 Draftsman III 1 5,580. 

5702 Draftsman II 2 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,596. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,824. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,380. 

5701 Draftsman 1 1 4,596. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 3,780. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 3,780. 



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100-Corporate Fund 
Department of City Planning — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

Graphics — Continued 

5702 Draftsman II 1 $ 4,176. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 894. 

~rf 93,234. 

Research 

1432 Director of Planning (Research) 1 11,592. 

1405 City Planner V 1 10,512. 

1404 City Planner IV 1 9,528. 

1403 City Planner III 1 8,640. 

1403 City Planner III 1 7,836. 

1402 City Planner II 1 6,444. 

1401 City Planner I 1 5,580. 

1725 Research Assistant 1 5,064. 

1725 Research Assistant 1 4,596. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 459. 

To 73,851. 

Zoning 

1435 Director of Planning (Zoning) 1 14,076. 

1404 City Planner IV 1 8,640. 

1404 City Planner IV 1 8,640. 

1403 City Planner III 2 7,464. 

1401 City Planner I 1 5,856. 

1725 Research Assistant 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 248. 

7 56,984. 

Public Information 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 8,640. 

0742 Public Information Assistant II 1 6,768. 

0741 Public Information Assistant 1 1 5,580. 

0655 Photographer 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 662. 

~5 29,630. 

Coordination 

1431 Director of Planning (Coordination) 1 11,592. 

1403 City Planner III 1 7,104. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 158. 

3 22,454. 
~74 $ 532,039. 



DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING REVOLVING FUND 

The Department of City Planning Capital Account is established to facilitate performance of all duties and 
functions of the Department relating to the planning and programming of capital improvements, the expense of 
which is to be reimbursed by appropriations from City funds, from funds of other governmental agencies or 
by private persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limitations of Sections 7-24.1 
to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

Charges shall be based upon the total cost of furnishing the services, including not to exceed seven per- 
cent for incidental and overhead expense. 



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CITY CLERK 

The City Clerk is the Clerk of the City Council and is official custodian of City records and the City 
oeal. The Clerk issues all general and vehicle licenses. 

(See Vehicle Tax Fund for other appropriations.) 

Ten per cent of the amount expended hereunder, exclusive of license work, to be reimbursed from the 
Water Fund as its proportionate share of this expense, as per Section 7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 315,756. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 879. 

.020 Overtime 7,000. 

*1410.000 For Personal Services 323,635. 

.125 Office and Building Services 10,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 15,000. 

.150 Publications 120,000. 

.152 Advertising 25,000. 

,155 Rental of Property 3,000. 

.186 Telephones 300. 

'1410.100 For Contractual Services 173,300. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis .... 200. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 500. 

'1410.200 For Travel 700. 

.340 Material and Supplies 6,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 14,000 . 

•1410.300 For Commodities 20,000. 

*Total for City Clerk $ 517,635. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 1411 

9643 City Clerk 1 15,000. 

0315 Deputy City Clerk 1 11,592. 

0721 Council Committee Secretary # 1 7,104. 

0805 Secretary 1 7,104. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

6 51,696. 



SECRETARIAL AND CLERICAL SERVICES TO 
CITY COUNCIL— 1412 

1607 Council Committee Secretary in Charge of 



Committee Rooms 1 12,768. 

1605 Assistant Council Committee Secretary in 

Charge of Committee Rooms 1 9,528. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 8,232. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 6,144. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 2 6,768. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 2 5,856. 

9611 Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 1 5,580. 



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100 -Corporate Fund 

City Clerk — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0844 Legislative Stenographer II 1 $ 6,768. 

0845 Legislative Stenographer 1 1 4,380. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 63. 

12" 84,027. 

PROVIDING RESEARCH AND RECORD SERVICE 
TO CITY COUNCIL— 1414 

0726 Chief Clerk (City Council) 1 14,076. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,144. 

0724 Record Clerk— City Council 1 12,768. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 5,580. 

0722 Chief Document Clerk— City Council 1 9,072. 

0719 Assistant Document Clerk 1 3,780. 

0723 Editorial Assistant (Index Division) 1 8,232. 

0723 Editorial Assistant 3 9,072. 

0720 Council Journal Coordinator 1 5,064. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 6,444. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 6,144. 

0723 Editorial Assistant (Index Division) 1 5,856. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 5,316. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 6,444. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 576. 

Overtime 7,000. 

~J8 140,884. 

ISSUANCE OF GENERAL LICENSE— 1416 

1237 License Clerk in Charge 1 7,104. 

0721 Council Committee Secretary 1 7,104. 

0723 Editorial Assistant # 1 6,144. 

1237 License Clerk in Charge 1 6,768. 

0110 Head Bookkeeper 1 5,580. 

0113 Senior Bookkeeper 1 4,596. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 240. 

8 47,028 . 

~1A $ 323,635. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1377 



100-Corporate Fund 



DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION 

The Department of Investigation shall make all investigations directed by the Mayor and all studies and 
o^ves^gat^n^wSch in the Ma/or's opinion, may be in the best interest of the City, mcludmg but not limited 
to investigations of the affairs, accounts, integrity and efficiency of the personnel of any City agency. 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 81,736. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 192. 

•1168.000 For Personal Services 81,928. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 200. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 4,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 3,600. 

.186 Telephone 2,00Q - 

*1168.100 For Contractual Services 9,800. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers ^,500 . 

*1168.200 For Travel 2,500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 750. 

*1 168.300 For Commodities '^50. 

*1 168.700 For Contingencies 2,000 . 

*Total for Department of Investigation $ 96,978 . 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Coda Positions No. Raie 

9670 Commissioner of Investigation 1 $ 22,500. 

1635 Deputy Commissioner of Department of 

Investigation.... 1 13,404. 

1635 Deputy Commissioner of Department of 

Investigation 1 12,168. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,856. 

1630 Special Investigation Clerk 1 3,780. 

1630 Special Investigation Clerk 1 3,780. 

1625 For employment of Examining Lawyers, In- 
vestigators, Clerical and other personnel 

as needed 20,248. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 192- 

6 $ 81,928. 



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depar™ent of finance 

The Department of Finance of the City includes the offices of the Comptroller, the City Treasurer and 
the City Collector. 

CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE 

The City Comptroller's Office administers the Department of Finance. The Comptroller is the City's chief 
fiscal officer and supervises the management and control of all matters fiscal, including all officers charged 
with the receipt, collection or disbursement of City revenues and City funds required to be m the custody of 
the City Treasurer. 

Twenty-five per cent of the amount expended hereunder, exclusive of expenditures for the Special Assess- 
ment Division, to be reimbursed from the Water Fund as its proportionate share of this expense, as per Section 
7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $1,140,916. 

.010 Salaries and Wages— on Voucher 10,000. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 7,699. 

For personnel in connection with Sav- 
ings Bonds and Income Tax as re- 
quired by Federal Law. 

.020 Overtime 

*1510.000 For Personal Services 1,158,615. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 26,000. ■ . ■ ■ 

Professional and Technical Services: ,. 

.145 Legal (for opinion on warrants) -0- . ■ 

.147 Surveys 35,000. 

.150 Publications 8,500. 

.152 Advertising 3,000. . 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 125,400. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 3,000. . .. . . 

.186 Telephone ^.^OO . 

*1510.100 For Contractual Services 202,100. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 5,000. ; :; 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers , 3,500. 

.270 Local Transportation L200. 

*1510.200 For Travel 9,700. 

.340 Material and Supplies 2,000. . ... 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 91>000 - . . ■ ■ 

*1510.300 For Commodities 93,000. : .... 

.424 Furniture (traffic) 1^650 . 

*1510.400 For Equipment 1,650. 

.526 Improvements (fifth floor) 40,000 . 

*1510.500 For Permanent Improvements 40,000. 

*1510.700 For Contingencies 5,000. 



*Total for City Comptroller's Office $ 1,514,065. 



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100 -Corporate Fund 



Code 

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Department of Finance — City Comptroller — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Positions 

ADMINISTRATION 

City Comptroller 

First Deputy Comptroller . . . . 

Assistant Comptroller 

Municipal Bond Specialist . . . 
Administrative Assistant III . . 
Administrative Assistant II. . . 
Administrative Assistant II. . 
Principal Methods Analyst . . 

Secretary 

Junior Stenographer 

Assistant Chief Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Storekeeper 

Microfilm Machine Operator 
Schedule Salary Adjustment. 



No. 



15 



Rate 



22,500. 
14,784. 
10,008. 
10,008. 

7,464. 

8,640. 

6,444. 

8,232. 

5,316. 

3,432. 

7,104. 

4,824. 

4,380. 

5,472. 

3,264. 

1,511. 



123,047. 



BUREAU OF ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING 

0152 Second Deputy Comptroller 1 13,404. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,580. 



Accounting Division 

0104 Accountant IV # 2 7,836. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,768. 

0103 Accountant III 3 6,444. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,144. 

0102 Accountant II 2 5,856. 

0102 Accountant II 1 5,856. 

0101 Accountant I 1 5,580. 

0101 Accountant I 1 5,580. 

0101 Accountant I 2 5,316. 

0101 Accountant I 4 4,596. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,596. 

0445 Field Inspector Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,580. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 2,657. 

"24 148,649. 



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Department of Finance — City Comptroller — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

Auditing Division 

0149 Supervisor of Auditing 

0137 Assistant Auditor # 

0133 Field Auditor II # 

0132 Field Auditor I # 

0102 Accountant II 

0102 Accountant II 

0101 Accountant I 

0101 Accountant I 

5621 Engineer-Examiner # 

0423 Head Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0402 Junior Clerk and Warrants for Collection 

Clerk # 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 



Division of Payrolls 

0167 Paymaster 1 11,592. 

0176 Assistant Paymaster 1 6,768. 

0136 Examiner Comptroller 1 7,836. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 7,836. 

0235 Teller # 1 5,580. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk 1 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 288. 

12 74,364. 



Division of Machine Accounting 



0679 


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1 


10,512. 


0678 




2 


6,768. 


0677 


Chief Tabulating Machine Operator # 




6,444. 


0677 


Chief Tabulating Machine Operator 




6,444. 


0675 


Principal Tabulating Machine Operator # . . . 




5,580. 


0675 






5,580. 


0673 






5,316. 


0673 


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5,316. 


0673 


Senior Tabulating Machine Operator # 


2 


5,064. 


0671 


Tabulating Machine Operator 


2 


4,824. 


0671 


Tabulating Machine Operator 


4 


4,596. 


0671 




1 


3,780. 


0614 


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2 


3,780. 



1 $ 10,008. 

1 7,836. 

2 5,316. 
5 5,316. 

1 5,856. 

2 5,580. 
1 5,580. 
1 4.596. 
1 6,768. 
1 6,144. 
1 5,856. 
4 5,316. 
1 3,780. 
1 3,264. 

1 5,580. 

977. 

24 135,881. 



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100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Finance — City Comptroller — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0674 Key Punch Operator ff 1 $ 4,824. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 4,380. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,380. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,596. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 3,780. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 3,600. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 3,432. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 3,600. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0605 Comptometer Operator 1 3,432. 

- Schedule Salary Adjustment 891. 

Iri 179,523. 

Bond and Interest Section 

0151 Assistant Comptroller . . 1 10,008. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0235 Teller 1 5,580 . 

3 21,444. 

BUREAU OF DISBURSEMENTS 

0157 Supervisor of Disbursements 1 9,072. 

0121 Head Accountant # 1 6,444. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,444. 

0101 Accountant I 2 5,316. 

0132 Field Auditor I # 1 5,064. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,444. 

0423 Head Clerk # 3 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,856. 



December 8, 1959 



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1383 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Finance — City ComptroUer^-Coretmaed 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 $ 4,824. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 4,380. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II # 1 4,596. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 4,596. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 3,780. 

0605 Comptometer Operator 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 265. 

^ 151,321. 

BUREAU OF REVENUE 

1015 Supervisor of Revenue 1 8,640. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

Warrants for Collection Division 

0102 Accountant II 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,064. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 653. 

74,669. 

Delinquent Warrants for Collection Division 

0291 Supervisor of Delinquent Warrants 1 8,232. 

0292 Assistant Supervisor of Delinquent 

Warrants 1 6,444. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 

~i 22,248. 

Market Masters 

1255 Market Master— Maxwell Street 1 5,580. 

1255 Market Master— South State Street '. . . 1 5,580. 

1255 Market Master — Randolph Street 1 5,580. 

~~3 16,740. 



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100-Corporate Fund 



Department of Finance — City Comptroller — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions 

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DIVISION 

0106 Chief Clerk of Special Assessments.. 

0101 Accountant I 

OlOl Accountant I 

0141 Internal Auditor I # 

0423 Head Clerk # 

0423 Head Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk I 

0616 Senior Key Punch Operator # 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 



No. 



Rate 



7,464. 
5,580. 
5,580. 
5,580. 
6,444. 
6,144. 
5,856. 
5,856. 
5,316. 
4,596. 
3,264. 
3,780. 
3,432. 
5,064. 
215. 



15 



80,315. 



REAL ESTATE DIVISION 

1656 Real Estate Agent 

1654 Assistant Real Estate Agent . . . . 

1216 Superintendent of Compensation 

1666 Title Expert 

1214 Compensation Investigator 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk # 

0423 Head Clerk 

0417 Principal Clerk and Secretary . . 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0825 Principal Stenographer 

Schedule Salary Adjustment . . . . 



11,040. 
8,232. 
8,640. 
7,104. 
5,316. 
7,836. 
6,768. 
6,144. 
5,580. 
5,580. 
5,316. 
5,064. 
5,064. 
242. 



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87,894. 



AUDITING TRAFFIC TICKETS 

0148 Assistant Supervisor of Auditing 1 8,640. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,768. 

0102 Accountant II 2 6,144. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,824. 

"~5 32,520" . 

Total — Corporate Fund 198 $ 1,148,615. 

The following positions in the Special As- 
sessment and Real Estate Divisions are paid 
from the Penalties and Interest on Special 
Assessment Fund. 



SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DIVISION 

1043 Tax Examiner # 1 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 



5,580. 

6,144. 

5,580. 

5,316. 

35. 

22,655. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1385 



100-Corporate Fund 

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POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

REAL ESTATE DIVISION 

1035 Tax Agent 1 $ 7,464. 

1654 Assistant Real Estate Agent 1 7,104. 

1046 Tax Examiner II 1 7,104. 

1043 Tax Examiner 6 5,856. 

1043 Tax Examiner 3 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 525 . 

15 89,541 . 

Total— Penalties and Interest Fund $ 112,196. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed llVz months 
by: 

Superintendent of Compensation 1 

Real Estate Agent 1 

Supervisor of Revenue 1 

Employe assigned to Real Estate Division 1 

Field Auditor 7 

Accountant I 1 

Supervisor of Auditing 1 

Employe assigned to Auditing Division 1 

~Ji $ 5,000. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— GENERAL 

To be expended under the direction of the City Comptroller unless otherwise provided. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

GENERAL CITY PURPOSES 

.035 Adjustment in salaries of transferred, 
reinstated, promoted and reclassified 
employes $ 25,000. 

.040 For adjustments in wages of per diem em- 
ployes to conform with prevailing 
rates, when approved by the City 

Council 15,000 . 

*9112.000 For Personal Services 40,000. 

.125 Office and Building Services 2,500. 

.128 Fees and Services (paying agency fees) .... 14,500. 

.142 Auditing 35,000. 

.145 Legal (Opinion on Tax Anticipation War- 
rants) 15,000. 

.150 Publications 25,000. 

.150 Publications — ^Reprint City Code 32,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 90,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 10,500. 

.170 Surety Bond Premiums 25,000. 

.184 Heat, Light and Power (Municipal) 150,000. 

.186 Telephone 1,000. 

.188 Telegraph 19,000 . 

*91 12.100 For Contractual Services 419,500. 



Furniture and fixtures chargeable to the 
Corporate Fund, exclusive of the Board 
of Election Commissioners and the 
Municipal Court: To be expended 
under the direction of the Budget Direc- 
tor on departmental requisitions and 
to be accounted for by departments, 



.420 bureaus and divisions as expended 75,000. 

*9112.400 For Equipment 75,000. 

.610 For acquisition of property not otherwise 
provided for: To be expended under the 

direction of the City Council 15,000. 

.640 Expense incidental to Purchase, Sale or 

Condemnation 10,000. 

*9112.600 For Land 25,000. 

Contingent and other expense for corpo- 
rate purposes not otherwise provided 
for: To be expended under the direction 

.710 of the Mayor 65,000. 

.720 For contingent expense authorized by the 

Committee on Finance 13,000. 

Contingent and other expense for corpo- 
rate purposes not otherwise provided 
for: To be expended under the direction 

.730 of the City Council, and Comptroller 25,000 . 

*9112.700 For Contingencies 103,000. 

For the analysis and implementation of 
improvements in departmental opera- : 
tions and management and personnel 
practices and controls: To be expended 
*9112.801 under the direction of the Mayor 75,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Finance — General — Continued 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

For payment of emergency shelter, hospi- 
tal and medical expenses in the recep- 
tion and care of abandoned infant 
*9112.922 children 12,000. 

For payment of emergency shelter, hos- 
pital and medical expenses in the 
reception and care of dependent or 
*9112.924 neglected children 6,250. 

For payment of emergency shelter, hospi- 
tal and medical expenses in the recep- 
tion and care of destitute crippled 
*9112.926 children 3,000. 

*9112.934 Claims for damages and liabilities against 
the City when ordered paid by the City 
Council 100,000. 

*9112.936 Claims under Workmen's Compensation 

Act 450,000. 

For payment of claims for hospital and 
medical expenses of City employes in- 
jured in the actual performance of their 
duties who are not included in the pro- 
visions of the Workmen's Compensa- 
tion Act, as may be ordered by the City 
*9112.937 Council 175,000. 

For payment to dependents of policemen 
and firemen killed or fatally injured in 
the performance of duty in accordance 
with the Act of the General Assembly 
of the State of Illinois, entitled "An 
Act, authorizing cities and villages to 
provide for the payment of allowances 
of money to the families or dependents 
of policemen or firemen killed or fatally 
injured while in the performance of 
their duties," approved June 27, 1921, 
as amended, and the ordinance of the 
*9112.940 City Council based thereon 120,000. 

For payments to City pension funds in 
lieu of contributions by officers and 
employes on leave of absence for train- 
ing or service in the land or naval 
forces or merchant marine of the 
*9112.972 United States 5,000. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 
Department of Finance — General — Continued 



Amounts 

Cod« Appropriated 

*91 12.980 For maintenance and operating expense 
of reading room at 921 W. Madison 
Street $ 22,500. 

For expense in connection with recogni- 
tion and awards to citizens of Chicago 
for acts of heroism: To be expended on 
•9112.982 order of the City Council 1,000. 

*9112.984 Taxes and assessments on City property... 10,000. 

*91 12.990 For refunds for cancelled voucher war- 
rants and payroll checks and for re- 
funding duplicate payments and pay- 
ments made in error 10,000. 

*91 12.992 For reimbursement to Parking Revenue 
Fund for servicing parking meters 
(Park District) 40,000. 

*9112.802 For purchase of parking meters (PD) 95,000. 



*Total for General $ 1,787,250. 



•9114.960 For Loss and Cost in Collection of Taxes.. $ 6,955,216. 



December 8, 1959 



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lOO-Corporate Fund 



CITY TREASURER 

The City Treasurer receives aU monies belonging to the City and keeps a separate account of each fund or 
appropriation and the debits and credits belonging thereto. He is also the custodian of securities held by the 
City, Board of Education, Pension Funds and Trust Funds. 

Twenty per cent of the amount expended hereunder, exclusive of special assessment work, to be reim- 
bursed from the Water Fund as its proportionate share of this expense, as per Section 7-14 of the Municipal 
Code of Chicago. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 168,744. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 828. 

*1530.000 For Personal Services 169,572. 

.125 Office and Building Services 5,300. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 300. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.142 Auditing 3,500. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 19,972. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,000. 

.172 Insurance 10,550. 

.186 Telephone 600. 

.192 Expense in Cash Collection 

Irregularities (Check Cashing) 500 . 

*1530.100 For Contractual Services 41,722. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 4,000 . 

*1530.300 For Commodities 4,000. 

*1530.700 For Contingencies 500. 



*Total for City Treasurer 



$ 215,794. 



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December 8, 1959 



lOO-Corporate Fund 



Coda 

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9673 
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0805 



0302 
0426 
0205 
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0421 
0403 
0401 
0401 
0403 
0403 
0401 
0401 
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City Treasurer — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Positions 



No. 



ADMINISTRATION— 1531 

City Treasurer 1 

Deputy City Treasurer 1 

Administrative Assistant III i 

Secretary i 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 



MAINTENANCE OF ACCOUNTS— 1532 

Administrative Assistant II 

Assistant Chief Clerk 

Cashier 

Principal Clerk # 

Principal Clerk 

Senior Clerk # 

# ''''' 



Junior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Junior Stenographer # 

Schedule Salary Adjustment. 



15 



PROCESSING RECEIPTS AND SECURITIES— 1534 



0426 
0174 
0173 
0283 
0205 
0205 
0825 



Assistant Chief Clerk 1 

Securities Analyst II 1 

Securities Analyst 1 1 

Junior Auditor and Cashier-Payer # l 

Cashier 2 

Cashier 2 

Principal Stenographer # i 



Rate 



15,000. 

12,768. 
7,836. 
7,104. 
198. 



42,906. 



6,444. 
6,444. 
5,856. 
5,316. 
5,580. 
5,316. 
4,380. 
3,780. 
4,380. 
4,380. 
4,176. 
3,780. 
3,780. 
4,380. 
630. 



74,202. 



7,836. 
6,768. 
6,144. 
7,104. 
6,444. 
5,580. 
6,144. 



52,464. 



27 $ 169,572. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

CITY COLLECTOR 

(See Vehicle Tax Fund for other appropriations) 

The City Collector's office processes license applications, computes and collects license deposits and fees. 
It forwards applications to City departments for inspection and approval, and prepares orders direct- 
ing the CUy cS to issue licenses The office also receives remittances on warrants for collection and special 
assessments. 

Of the amount expended for the License Enforcement Division $50,000. is to be reimbursed from the 
Vehicle Tax Fund as its proportionate share of the expense of this Division. 

Amounts 

Code ^PP^°P^'"*"'^ 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 614,596. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1>843. 

.020 Overtime 5,000 . 

*1540.000 For Personal Services 621,439. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 200. 

.152 Advertising 10,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 1,500. 

.186 Telephone 

.192 Expense in Cash Collection Irregularities . . 1,000. 

.194 Expense in Enforcing License Ordinance.. 500. 

*1540.100 For Contractual Services 13,600. 

.228 Automobile Allowance— fiat rate 2,000. 

.270 Local Transportation ^^'Q^^ - 

*1540.200 For Travel 14,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies ^2, 000 . 

*1540.300 For Commodities 12,000. 

*1540.700 For Contingencies LOOO. 

*Total for City Collector $ 662,039 . 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Ka\e 

ADMINISTRATION— 1541 

9645 City Collector 1 $ 16,000. 

0215 Deputy City Collector 1 13,800. 

0427 Chief Clerk 1 __8^232. 

^ 38,032. 



PROCESSING COLLECTION TRANSACTIONS— 1545 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 

1235 Chief License Coordinator 

1205 Adjuster of Claims and Complaints 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk. . 

0205 Cashier 

0235 Teller 

0235 Teller 

0235 Teller 

1664 Title Searcher 

1659 Supervising Special Assessment Clerk 



8,232. 
8,232. 
7,104. 
7,464. 
6,444. 
5,856. 
5,580. 
5,316. 
5,064. 
5,064. 
5,316. 



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Code 

1660 
1660 
0423 
0423 
0421 
0421 
0421 
0403 
0403 
0403 
0403 
0403 
0401 
0401 
0823 
0821 
0827 



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Principal Clerk 
Principal Clerk 
Senior Clerk . . 
Senior Clerk # . , 
Senior Clerk . . 



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Senior Clerk 
Junior Clerk 

Junior Clerk , 

Senior Stenographer 

Junior Stenographer # 

Head Stenographer 

Schedule Salary Adjustment. 



No. 


Rate 


5 $ 


4,824. 


2 


3,780. 


4 


6,444. 


2 


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2 


5,580. 


1 


5,580. 


4 


5,316. 




5,064. 




4,824. 




4,oz4. 




4,596. 




3,972. 




4,176. 




3,780. 




3,972. 




4,824. 




6,144. 




627. 


44 


239,595. 



ENFORCING LICENSING REQUIREMENTS— 1548 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 

1245 Supervising License Investigator 5 

1245 Supervising License Investigator 12 

1245 Supervising License Investigator 1 

1245 Supervising License Investigator 1 

1247 Chief License Investigator 1 

1243 License Investigator 34 

1243 License Investigator 5 

1243 License Investigator 2 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0403 Senior Clerk ' 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0827 Head Stenographer # 

0825 Principal Stenographer 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 

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Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 months 
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City Collector 

Adjuster of Claims and Complaints 



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5,856. 
5,316. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
6,144. 
4,824. 
4,380. 
4,176. 
5,316. 
4,176. 
3,780. 
3,108. 
6,144. 
5,064. 
1,216. 



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616,439. 



2,000. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW 

The Corporation Counsel is the legal advisor for the Mayor, the City Council and the several officers, 
boards and departments of the City. It is his duty to appear for and protect the rights and interest of the City 
in all actions, suits and proceedings brought by or against it or any city officer, board or department. 

Eighteen per cent of the amount expended hereunder, exclusive of special assessment and special litiga- 
tion expense, to be reimbursed from the Water Fund as its proportionate share of this expense as per Section 
7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 1,050,117 . 

*1610.000 For Personal Services 1,050,117. 

.125 Office and Building Services 20,000. 

.128 Fees and Services 30,000. 

,130 Postage and Postal Charges 2,500. 



Professional and Technical Services: 
Hiring special counsel, medical experts, 
investigators and appraisers and for 
other incidental expense in personal in- 

,140 jury, building and zoning litigation 35,000. 

For the employment of special counsel, 
engineers, valuators, accountants and 
other persons and for the payment of 
other expenses in public utility 

.140 matters 55,000. 

.143 Court Reporting 125,000. 

.150 Publications 65,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 25,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 1,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 2,000. 

.170 Surety Bond Premiums 1,000. 

,172 Insurance 2,500. 

.186 Telephone TOO. 

•1610.100 For Contractual Services 364,700. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 9,000. 

.270' Local Transportation 23,000 . 

♦1610.200 For Travel 32,000. 

,350 Stationery and Office Supplies 30,000 . 

•1610.300 For Commodities 30,000. 

Land: 

.620 Damages to Real Estate by Public 

Improvements 10,000. 

.640 Expense incidental to Purchase, Sale or 

Condemnation 10,000. 

•1610.600 For Land 20,000. 

•1610.700 For Contingencies 5,000. 



*Total For Department of Law 



$ 1,501,817. 



1402 

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Department of Law — Continued 
CORPORATION COUNSEL 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 1611 

9701 Corporation Counsel 1 $ 25,000. 

1657 First Assistant Corporation Counsel 1 19,825. 

1646 Attorney IV 1 8,800. 

1629 Chief Legal Clerk 1 7,836. 

1628 Assistant Chief Legal Clerk 1 7,104. 

0863 Legal Secretary 1 5,856. 

0865 Head Legal Stenographer 1 5,580. 

0865 Head Legal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0864 Senior Legal Stenographer 6 4,596 

0864 Senior Legal Stenographer 2 4,326. 

0862 Legal Stenographer 2 4,380. 

0862 Legal Stenographer 2 4,176. 

0862 Legal Stenographer 1 3,972. 

0875 Principal Legal Clerk 2 5,064. 

0875 Principal Legal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0876 Senior Legal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0876 Senior Legal Clerk 1 3,780. 

0876 Senior Legal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0877 Legal Clerk 1 3,780. 

0877 Legal Clerk 2 3,972. 

0878 Legal Typist 1 4,824. 

0878 Legal Typist 1 4,176. 

0878 Legal Typist 1 3,972. 

1627 P.B.X. Legal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0599 Law Librarian 1 4,824. 

204,705. 

GENERAL COUNSEL— 1612 

1647 Attorney V 1 15,528. 

1646 Attorney IV 1 11,040. 

1646 Attorney IV 2 9,528. 

1646 Attorney IV 2 9,072. 

1648 Attorney III 1 11,080. 

1648 Attorney III 1 9,072. 

1648 Attorney III 2 7,464. 

1648 Attorney III 1 7,104. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,768. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,644. 

1^ 119,364. 

APPEALS AND REVIEW— 1613 

1649 Corporation Counsel Supervisor II 1 16,308. 

1647 Attorney V 1 11,592. 

1646 Attorney IV 1 6,644. 

3 34,544. 



December 8, 1959 



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1403 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Law — Continued 
CORPORATION COUNSEL — Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

TORTS— 1614 

1649 Corporation Counsel Supervisor II 1 $ 17,124. 

1647 Attorney IV 1 12,768. 

1647 Attorney IV 1 11,592. 

1647 Attorney IV 1 8,547. 

1647 Attorney IV 1 6,985. 

1648 Attorney III 2 8,232. 

1648 Attorney III 2 7,104. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,768. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,508. 

1648 Attorney III 2 6,270. 

1648 Attorney III 3 5,918. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,644. 

1655 Attorney II 1 7,464. 

1655 Attorney II 2 7,104. 

1655 Attorney II 2 6,444. 

1655 Attorney II 1 5,856. 

1655 Attorney II 2 5,580. 

1656 Attorney I 1 7,104. 

1656 Attorney I 1 5,580. 

1656 Attorney I 3 5,316. 

0863 Legal Secretary 1 5,316. 

0864 Senior Legal Stenographer 1 4,213. 

0864 Senior Legal Stenographer 1 4,167. 

~33 231,806. 

ORDINANCE ENFORCEMENT— 1615 

1649 Corporation Counsel Supervisor II 1 13,404. 

1646 Attorney IV 2 11,592. 

1646 Attorney IV 1 8,547. 

1646 Attorney IV 1 7,337. 

1646 Attorney IV 1 6,644. 

1625 Attorney III (Special Assignment) 1 8,232. 

1625 Attorney III (Special Assignment) 1 7,464. 

1625 Attorney III (Special Assignment) 1 6,325. 

1625 Attorney III (Special Assignment) 2 5,693. 

1648 Attorney III 2 8,232. 

1648 Attorney III 2 7,464. 

1648 Attorney III 5 6,768. 

1648 Attorney III 3 6,644. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,600. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,325. 

1648 Attorney III 6 6,270. 

1648 Attorney III 2 5,693. 

1655 Attorney II 1 6,768. 

1655 Attorney II 2 6,144. 

1655 Attorney II 2 5,580. 

0875 Principal Legal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0878 Legal Typist 1 3,972. 

279,122. 



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CORPORATION COUNSEL — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

RECEIVERSHIP, INJUNCTION AND DEMOLITION 
—1617 

1647 Attorney V 1$ 12,168. 

1648 Attorney III 1 7,104. 

1648 Attorney III 1 6,444. 

3 25,716. 

INVESTIGATION— 1618 

1680 Director of Legal Investigation 1 8,640. 

1681 Principal Legal Investigator 1 8,232. 

1681 Principal Legal Investigator 1 7,370. 

1682 Senior Legal Investigator 1 6,768. 

1683 Legal Investigator 2 5,064. 

1683 Legal Investigator 1 4,824. 

1683 Legal Investigator 1 4,596. 

1683 Legal Investigator 7 4,380. 

1683 Legal Investigator 10 4,176. 

1684 Senior Investigator — Clerk 1 5,316. 

1685 Investigator— Clerk 2 4,380. 

1685 Investigator— Clerk 1 3,972. 

1686 Right-of-Way Investigator 1 5,856. 

0864 Senior Legal Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0877 Legal Clerk __J. 4,380. 

32 154,860. 
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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

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to conduct competitive examinations for such positions; to authorize employment (sixty days) in the absence 
of eligible registers; to hold hearings and act on charges made against any employes; and to mamtam a record 
of all appointments, transfers, promotions, resignations and vacancies, and of all newly created or abolished 
positions. 

Twenty per cent of the amount expended hereunder to be reimbursed from the Water Fund as its pro- 
portionate share of this expense as per Section 7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 



Amounts 

Code Ap propriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 426,928. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments.. 4,259 . 

*1710.000 For Personal Services 431,187. 

.125 Office and Building Services 250. 

.128 Fees and Services 500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 5,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 3,500. 

149 Other Professional and Technical Serv- 
ices 3,000. 

.152 Advertising 8,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 4,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 900. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 300. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 450. 

.175 Transportation Charges 

(exclusive of travel) 500- 

.186 Telephone 900 - 

*1710.100 For Contractual Services 27,300. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 200. 

*1710.200 For Travel 1-700. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 250. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 8,000 . 

'^niO.SOO For Commodities 8,250. 

*1710.700 For Contingencies 500. 

''niO.SOl For payment of expense incident to 

Classification 5,000 . 

*Total for Civil Service Commission $ 473,937. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. l^ate 



ADMINISTRATION— 1 7 11 

9621 President, Civil Service Commission 1 $ 7,500. 

9622 Member Civil Service Commission 2 5,000. 

1335 Chief Examiner and Secretary 1 13,404. 



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Civil Service Commission — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 1 7 1 1— Continued 

1345 Personnel Officer 1 $ 11,592. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 7,464. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 6,144. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,444. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,444. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 599. 

T4 92,871. 

CLASSIFICATION— 1 71 2 

1304 Director of Classification 1 8,232. 

1303 Classification Technician II 1 6,768. 

1303 Classification Technician II 1 6,144. 

1301 Classification Technician I 2 6,144. 

1301 Classification Technician I 2 5,316. 

1301 Classification Technician 1 1 5,316. 

1305 Personnel Technician 1 5,580. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 653. 

IjO 60,209. 

EXAMINATION— 1 7 14 

1330 Director of Test Construction 1 9,072. 

1331 Director of Test Evaluation 1 7,836. 

1322 Examination Technician II 1 7,836. 

1322 Examination Technician II 1 7,104. 

1322 Examination Technician II 1 6,144. 

1321 Examination Technician I 1 6,144. 

1321 Examination Technician I 1 5,856. 

1321 Examination Technician 1 3 5,580. 

1321 Examination Technician I 1 5,064. 

1356 Supervisor of Physical Examinations 1 9,528. 

1354 Physical Examiner 2 5,064. 

3363 Physician 1 6,444. 

3363 Physician ($2700.) 1 20.00d 

1316 Head Examiner #.... 1 3,780. 

1305 Personnel Technician 3 5,580. 

1306 Labor Examiner 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stengrapher 2 3,972. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

Civil Service Commission — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 $ 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,936 . 

32 172,696. 

MAINTENANCE OF PERSONNEL CHANGES— 1716 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 7,836. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 4 3,600. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,071. 

""24 105,411. 

~80 $ 431,187. 



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100 -Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASES, CONTRACTS AND SUPPLIES 

(See Water Fund for other appropriations) 

The Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies is responsible for all purchasing, including con- 
tracts for public works for all City departments, the Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium and the Public Library. 
It exercises general supervision over storerooms, yards and warehouses, and the salvaging of obsolete and 
usable material. A Board of Standardization establishes standard specifications for items of common usage. 



The Corporate Purposes Fund shall be reimbursed from warrants for collection or by charges to other 
funds benefited or property chargeable therefor for services rendered by this department. 

Amounts 

Code A ppropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 1,325,285. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 5,359. 

.020 Overtime 

.025 Vacation Relief 

.026 Sick Relief 

* 18 10.000 For Personal Services 1,330 644 



.125 Office and Building Services 1,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 9,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.144 Engineering 1,000. 

.148 Testing and Inspection Services 5,000. 

.149 Other Professional and Technical Services 1,000. 

.150 Publications 25,500. 

.152 Advertising 9,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 3,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 31,344. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 1,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 4,700. 

.164 Bookbinding 700. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 2,275. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 8. 

.174 Hauling 500. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 4,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 200. 

.186 Telephone 3,400. 

.188 Telegraph 300. 

*1810.100 For Contractual Services 103,427. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis 3,152. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 6,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 30,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 1,525. 

•1810.200 For Travel 40^677. 



Fuel: 

.316 Gas — Bottled and Propane 500. 

.320 Gasoline 3,400. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 6,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material 

and Supplies 4,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 2,550. 

.348 Books and Related MateriaJ 200. 



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Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies — Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies $ 25,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 1,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 100. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 100. 

*1810.300 For Commodities 42,850. 

.422 Office Machines 4,000. 

.423 Communication Devices 500. 

.424 Furniture 6,840. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 12,500. 

.445 Technical and Scientific Equipment 2,000. 

* 18 10.400 For Equipment 25,840. 

*1810.700 For Contingencies 5,000. 

*Total for Department of Purchases, 

Contracts and Supplies $ 1,548,438. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINSTRATION— 1811 

9641 Purchasing Agent 1 $ 22,500. 

1556 Deputy Purchasing Agent 1 14,076. 

1554 Assistant Purchasing Agent 1 9,528. 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,144. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0845 Legislative Stenographer I 1 4,824. 

0408 Record Clerk # 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 136. 

^ 82,876. 

OPEN MARKET PURCHASES— 1812 

1513 Examiner of Printing # 1 7,104. 

1512 Buyer II 1 6,768. 

1512 Buyer II 1 6,144. 

1512 Buyer II 1 5,856. 

1512 Buyer II 1 5,580. 

1511 Buyer I 1 4,596. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,856. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0834 Typist 2 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 552. 

~ 59.352. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



PURCHASING ON CONTRACT BASIS— 1813 

1567 Chief Specification Engineer 1 $ 8,640. 

1564 Specification Technician II # 1 7,464. 

1568 Automotive Engineer 1 7,464. 

1566 Specification Engineer 1 7,836. 

1564 Specification Technician I 1 5,064. 

1563 Specification Technician I 3 4,176. 

1564 Specification Technician II 1 5,580. 

1566 Specification Engineer 1 7,104. 

1566 Specification Engineer 1 6,144. 

1566 Specification Engineer 1 6,768. 

1566 Specification Engineer 1 6,144. 

0730 Information Cleric 2 4,380. 

6765 Printer (52w) 1 136. 75w 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0834 Typist 1 3,108. 

0401 Junior Cleric # 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 . 3,264. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,144. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0834 Typist 1 3,432. 

0834 Typist 2 3,600. 

BOND AND BID SECTION 

1585 Bond Examiner and Clerk # '. 1 8,232. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 1 5,580. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 878. 

~28 154,581. 

PURCHASE ORDER AND INVENTORY 
CONTROL— 1814 

1576 Chief Voucher Expediter 1 7,104. 

1574 Voucher Expediter 2 4,596. 

1574 Voucher Expediter 1 4,380. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0407 Senior File Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0405 Senior Record Clerk 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,108. 

0461 Messenger Clerk 1 2,556. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,226 . 

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100-Coi-porate Fund 

Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

TESTING AND INSPECTION— 1816 

5546 Engineer of Tests 1 $ 11,040. 

5544 Assistant Engineer of Tests 1 8,232. 

5503 Assistant Engineering Chemist # 2 7,104. 

5513 Chemical Engineer III 1 7,104. 

• 5812 Electrical Engineer II 1 6,768. 

5504 Junior Asphalt Chemist # 1 6,768. 

5512 Chemical Engineer II 3 6,444. 

5501 Analytical Chemist I 1 6,768. 

5501 Analytical Chemist I 1 5,856. 

5506 Laboratory Engineering Assistant # 3 6,144. 

6131 Engineering Aide I . 1 5,580. 

1535 Material Inspector 3 5,748. 

1535 Material Inspector # 2 5,748. 

1535 Material Inspector 1 5,748. 

1535 Material Inspector # 3 5,112. 

1535 Material Inspector # 1 5,112. 

1539 Machinery Inspector 2 5,826. 

1538 Foundry Pipe Inspector # 1 5,376. 

1536 Timber Inspector 2 5,748. 

1533 Automotive Inspector 2 5,568. 

1541 Senior Material Inspector 1 5,856. 

1534 Asphalt Inspector 1 5,256. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

0821 Junior Stenographer ?f 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,176. 

0731 Information Attendant 1 3,972. 

4223 Janitor 1 4,914. 

9534 Laborer (312d) 1 13.44d 

BOARD OF STANDARDS 

9660 Chairman — Board of Standards 1 -0- 

9692 Member of Board of Standards 3 -0- 

9692 Member of Board of Standards 3 300. 

1566 Specification Engineer 1 7,104. 

MARKET RESEARCH 

1525 Market Research Analyst 1 6,768. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,726. 

~55 280.977. 



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Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 
WAREHOUSE AND STORES— 1818 



Code Positions No. Rate 

1819 Chief Storekeeper 1 $ 10,512. 

1821 Superintendent of Warehouses 1 7,836. 

1815 Principal Storekeeper # 1 5,568. 

1815 Principal Storekeeper # 2 5,568. 

1592 Inventory Auditor 2 6,444. 

1592 Inventory Auditor 2 5,580. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0821 Junior Stenographer # 1 3,600. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,176. 

0731 Information Attendant 1 3,972. 

0412 Commodity Code Clerk 2 3,780. 

1813 Senior Storekeeper # 3 5,772. 

1811 Storekeeper # 6 5,472. 

1811 Storekeeper 3 5,472. 

1811 Storekeeper 12 5,298. 

1811 Storekeeper # 1 5,298. 

1811 Storekeeper 2 5,124. 

1811 Storekeeper 1 4,938. 

1805 Stockhandler # 4 4,914. 

1805 Stockhandler 9 4,914. 

1805 Stockhandler # 1 4,770. 

1805 Stockhandler 2 4,464. 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 SO.OOd 

7195 Power Trucker 1 4,902. 

7195 Power Trucker 4 4,596. 

1860 Foreman of Pipe Yards (255d) 1 29.40d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (255d) # 1 29.40d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (255d) 3 29.40d 

9532 Stores Laborer (254d) # 18 24.20d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (255d) 1 23.20d 

4223 Janitor 8 4,914. 

4265 Watchman 3 4,122. 

Salvage Section 

1818 Assistant Chief Storekeeper 1 9,072. 

1822 Salvage Technician 1 5,580. 

9542 Yard Laborer (255d) # 2 24.20d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (255d) 1 23.20d 

Machine Section 

0677 Chief Tabulating Machine Operator 1 6,768. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 4,176. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 3,972. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 841. 



120 650,052 . 
248" $ 1,330,644. 



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Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 



6755 



Positions 



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Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 Vz months 
by: 

Purchasing Agent 

Chief Storekeeper 

Deputy Purchasing Agent 

Assistant Deputy Purchasing Agent 

Laboratory Engineering Assistant 

Assistant Engineer of Tests 

Timber Inspector 

Assistant Chief Storekeeper 

Material Inspector 

Automotive Inspector 2 

Chemical Engineer III 1 

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5,500. 



GENERAL STORES REVOLVING FUND 

The General Stores Revolving Fund is established for the purpose of providing a central agency for the 
purchase of material and supplies, stationery, postage, printing and miscellaneous items and commodities that 
are of common or general use in departments or other agencies of the City government; and also for the main- 
tenance of stock in connection therewith for the use and benefit of departments and other agencies of the City 
government; and the expense for the purchase of which is to be reimbursed from appropriations of City funds. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limitations of Sections 7-24.1 
to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

The charges for the goods or services furnished shall be based upon the average cost or such other basis 
as shall be approved by the Comptroller. 

Expenditures are authorized for purchases for the purposes designated above. 

All administrative expense of operating this account shall be paid from appropriations made to the 
Department of Purchases, Contracts and Supplies. 



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MUNICIPAL REFERENCE LIBRARY 



It is the duty of the Librarian to maintain a library, collect, compile, and publish statutes and information 
relating to the City when requested to do so; and to collect statistics and information relating to the government 
and operation of other municipalities. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 53,839. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 678. 

*1290.000 For Personal Services 54,517. 

.125 Office and Building Services 250. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 400. 

.150 Publications 1,750. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 200. 

.164 Bookbinding 750. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 125. 

*1290.100 For Contractual Services 3,475. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 325. 

*1290.200 For Travel 325. 

.348 Books and Related Material 4,550. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,350. 

*1290.300 For Commodities 5,900. 

•1290.700 For Contingencies 200. 



*Total for Municipal Reference Library. ... $ 64,417. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 



0531 Municipal Reference Librarian 1 $ 9,528. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,316. 

0520 Librarian III (Municipal Reference Library). . 1 6,144. 

0520 Librarian III (Municipal Reference Library). . 1 6,444. 

0505 Librarian II (Municipal Reference Library) . . 1 5,064. 

0504 Librarian I (Municipal Reference Library) ... 1 4,596. 
0542 Principal Library Clerk (Municipal 

Reference Library) 1 4,824. 

0535 Senior Library Clerk (Municipal 

Reference Library) 1 3,972. 

0535 Part-time Senior Library Clerk (Municipal 

Reference Library) ($1.65 an hour to $1.85 

an hour) 2,850h 4,987. 

0536 Junior Library Clerk 1 2,964. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 678. 

9 $ 54,517. 



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DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION AND EMERGENCY TREATMENT 

All City employes under the Workmen's Compensation Act are eligible to receive medical attention 
fhi rVtv PhvScian and all hospital and medical bills for such employes are approved by him. The City 
?h°y"ic?an,''wLn S^^^^ bureaus or departments may visit and examine City employes and 

report on their physical condition. 



Amounts 
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Code 



.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 36,780. 

.010 Salaries and Wages— on Voucher 850. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 570- 

*1730.000 For Personal Services 38,200. 



.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment. 

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800. 



800. 
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.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

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4730.300 For Commodities 3,200. 



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*Total for Department of Medical 

Examination and Emergency Treatment $ 44,040 . 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

MEDICAL EXAMINATION AND EMERGENCY 
TREATMENT - 1730 

Code Positions No. Rate 

9849 City Physician 1 $ 

3363 Physician (PT-A) 3 4,920. 

3165 Senior X-ray Technician 1 4,824. 

3615 Hospital Nurse ^ ■^'3^°- 

3615 Hospital Nurse 1 4,176. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 

7 $ 37,350. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for 12 months by: 
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100 -Corporate Fund 

BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS 

^, . '^^^^ Board of Election Commissioners conducts and supervises elections for the City of Chicaeo Cirprn 
Chicago Heights, Berwyn, Harvey, Summit, Stickney, a nd Lyons. ' 

Code . An^oupts 
Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 948,934. 

.055 Extra Clerk Hire 525,000. 

*1910.000 For Personal Services 1,473,934. 

.130 Postage 50,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.143 Court Reporting 7,500. 

.145 Legal 10,000. 

.149 Other Professional and Technical 

Services 15,000. 

.150 Publications 567 294. 

.152 Advertising 113,000. 

.155 Rental of Property (Polling Places) 480,300. 

.155 Rental of Property (Warehouse) 227,478. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 28,100. 

.175 Transportation Charges 57,500. 

.186 Telephone 15,000. 

*1910.100 For Contractual Services 1,671,172. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 12,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 3,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 20,000. 

*1910.200 For Travel 35,000. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 104,646. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 25,000. 

* 1910.300 For Commodities 129^646. 

.422 Office Machines (Voting Machines) 50,000. 

.424 Furniture 25 000 

*1910.400 For Equipment 75^000. 

.526 Improvements: Buildings and Structures. . . 25,000. 
1910.500 For Permanent Improvements 25,000. 

1910.700 For Contingencies 25 000 



*Total for Board of Election 
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$ 3,434,752. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Election Commissioners — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions 

ADMINISTRATION— 1 911 

1698 Election Attorney IV 

1699 Election Attorney III 

9993 Assistant Chief Clerk — Elections . . 

0493 Election Services Supervisor 

1596 Election Purchasing Agent 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 

0183 Election Accountant III 

0184 Senior Election Timelceeper 

0494 Redistricting Supervisor 

0863 Secretary — Election Commission . . 

0495 Head Election Clerk 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 

0497 Senior Election Clerk 

0498 Election Clerk 

0498 Election Clerk 

0864 Principal Election Stenographer. . 

0486 Senior Election Typist 

0485 Election Typist 

0485 Election Typist 

0765 Election Telephone Operator 

0766 Mechanical Records Election Clerk 
4245 Janitress 

0486 Vaults and Record Supervisor .... 



CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS— 1912 

0351 Judges of Election Supervisor 1 6,444. 

0352 Judges of Election Assistant Supervisor 1 5,580. 

0353 Election Investigation Supervisor 1 6,144. 

0354 Senior Election Investigator 1 5,064. 

0355 Election Investigator 3 5,064. 

0355 Election Investigator 3 4,824. 

0355 Election Investigator 5 4,596. 

0356 Supervisor of Polling Places 1 5,856. 

0485 Election Typist 7 4,380. 

0485 Election Typist 3 4,176. 

0486 Senior Election Typist 2 4,824. 

0870 Senior Election Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0357 Redistricting Supervisor 1 6,768. 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 1 5,064. 

0498 Election Clerk 1 4,380. 

6580 Warehouse and Voting Machine 

Superintendent 1 8,232. 

6582 Voting Machine Supervisor 6 5,580. 

6581 Voting Machine Serviceman 5 5,064. 

6581 Voting Machine Serviceman 32 4,824. 

6581 Voting Machine Serviceman 10 4,380. 

6581 Voting Machine Serviceman 2 4,176. 

0360 Absentee Voting Supervisor 1 6,144. 

0358 Assistant Supervisor of Polling Places 1 5,064. 

0359 Ballots Supervisor 1 6,144. 



91 446,064. 



No. Rate 



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1 


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1 


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. 42 


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100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Election Commissioners — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Positions No. Rate 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS— 1914 

0450 Binder Supervisor 1 $ 6,444. 

0451 Lodging House Election Supervisor 1 5,856. 

0452 Election Registration Supervisor 1 6,768. 

0453 Bindery Assistant Supervisor 1 5,580. 

0495 Head Election Clerk 1 5,530. 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 1 5,580. 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 12 5,064. 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 2 4,824. 

0496 Principal Election Clerk 1 4,380. 

0497 Senior Election Clerk 1 5 064. 

0498 Election Clerk 1 4'870. 

0498 Election Clerk 4 4,824. 

0498 Election Clerk 11 4,380. 

0498 Election Clerk 14 4,176. 

0485 Election Typist 3 4 330. 

0485 Election Typist 4 4,176. 

0454 Election Registration Assistant Supervisor.... 1 5,856. 



60 282,178 . 
193 $ 948,934. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT 

CHIEF JUSTICE 

The Chief Justice, in addition to the exercise of all the other powers of a judge of the court, shall have 
the general superintendence of all business of the court. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 1,173,043. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 5,000. 

.025 Vacation Relief 1,500. 

.065 Services of Country Judges 95,200 . 

*2110.000 For Personal Services 1,274,743. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 300. 

.125 Office and Building Services 5,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 4,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.142 Auditing 20,000. 

.143 Court Reporting 100,000. 

.145 Legal 6,000. 

.150 Publications 20,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 2,000. 

.169 Technical Meeting Cost 3,000 . 

•2110.100 For Contractual Services 160,800. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 1,800. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 11,500 . 

•2110.200 For Travel 13,300. 

.340 Material and Supplies 2,500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 14,100 . 

•2110.300 For Commodities 16,600. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 10,000. 

.422 Office Machines 2,500. 

.424 Furniture 10,000 . 

•2110.400 For Equipment 22,500. 

.526 Improvements: Buildings and Structures. . . 20,000. 

•2110.500 For Permanent Improvements 20,000. 

.799 Chief Justice Contingency Account 5,000. 

•2110.700 For Contingencies 5,000. 

*2 11 0.801 Assistance to the Needy at Monroe Street 

Court 2,500. 

•2150.*** For Providing Additional Facilities 

for Traffic Court activities 25,000. 

*Total for Chief Justice $ 1,540,443. 



1 

1430 JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

100-Corporate Fund 

Chief Justice of the Municipal Court — Continued 
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE 

■ POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 2 1 1 1 

9801 Chief Justice (1 month) 1 $ 22,000. 

9801 Chief Justice (11 months) 1 19,500. 

9887 Court Administrative Officer 1 16,000. 

1639 Executive Officer (Chief Justice) 1 12,168. 

9803 Assistant to the Chief Justice 1 7,500. 

9803 Assistant to the Chief Justice 3 6,000. 

9803 Assistant to the Chief Justice 1 2,500. 

0860 Secretary to the Chief Justice 1 6,768. 

0182 Comptroller (Chief Justice) 1 10,008. 

1619 Court Investigator 1 9,528. 

1620 Crime Prevention Coordinator 1 9,072. 

1677 Principal Court Clerk 1 5,856. 

1677 Principal Court Clerk 1 6,768. 

1616 Personal Aide (Chief Justice) 1 6,144. 

0599 Law Librarian 1 5,856. 

1676 Senior Court Clerk 1 5,064. 

1676 Senior Court Clerk 2 5,316. 

1676 Senior Court Clerk 4 5,580. 

1676 Senior Court Clerk 2 5,856. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0434 Head Clerk 1 6,144. 

"sT 216,912. 

Trial and Disposition of Court Cases — 2112 

9818 Associate Judge 11 17,000. 

9818 Associate Judge (1 month) 11 19,500. 

9818 Associate Judge (11 months) 11 14,500. 

9818 Associate Judge 11 19,500. 

1636 Judge's Trial Assistant (Garnishment and 

Citation Court) 1 9,072. 

1636 Judge's Trial Assistant (Monroe Street Court) . 1 8,640. 

1621 Bond Supervisor (Chief Justice) 1 9,072. 

1634 Chief Public Defender 1 8,232. 

1617 Public Defender 5 7,464. 

~42 637,918. 

Supervising Probations — 2114 

9825 Chief Probation Officer 1 6,000. 

9826 Probation Officer 31 5,500. 

176,500. 



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~ 100-Corporate Fund 

Chief Justice of the Municipal Court — Continued 
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



Supervising Traffic Court Cases — 2116 

9818 Associate Judge 1 19,500. 

9818 Associate Judge 1 17,000. 

9818 Associate Judge (1 month) 1 19,500. 

9818 Associate Judge (11 months) 1 14,500. 

9820 Referee 1 9,000. 

9820 Referee 5 8,800. 

1638 Traffic Court Supervisor 1 10,008. 

1637 Director, Traffic Safety Education 1 10,008. 

1618 Assistant Traffic Court Supervisor 2 8,640 . 

~13 141,713. 



118 $ 1,173,043. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate: 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 



automobiles for 12 months by: 

Chief Justice 1 

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3 $ 1,800. 



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CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT 

PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE 

The Institute is established to bring about preventive, corrective or curative measures in aid of the powers 
and functions and authority of the Municipal Court of Chicago in connection with psychiatric problems. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 237,960. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 3,000 . 

•2118.000 For Personal Services 240,960. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,200. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.146 Statistical 200. 

.152 Advertising 200. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 1,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 700. 

.164 Book Binding 900. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 300. 

.169 Technical Meeting Costs 500. 

•2118.100 For Contractual Services 6,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 800. 

.270 Local Transportation 200. 

•2118.200 For Travel 1,000. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 1,450. 

342. Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 100. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 900. 

.348 Books and Related Material 550. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,500. 

•2118.300 For Commodities 5,500. 

.422 Office Machines 1,000. 

.424 Furniture 1,000. 

•2118.400 For Equipment 2,000. 

•2118.930 General Assistance for the Needy 200. 



*Total for Psychiatric Institute $ 255,660. 



1434 



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December 8, 1959 



100 — Corporate Fund 

Chief Justice Of The Municipal Court — Continued 
PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

9840 Director — Psychiatric Institute 1 $ 17,500. 

3539 Chief Psychologist 1 10,008. 

3538 Principal Psychologist 1 7,836. 

3537 Senior Psychologist 1 6,768. 

3537 Senior Psychologist 1 6,144. 

3535 Psychologist 3 5,064. 

3520 Chief, Psychiatric Social Service 1 7,836. 

3519 Principal Psychiatric Social Service Worlier. . 1 7,104. 

3515 Senior Psychiatric Social Service Worker. ... 2 6,144. 

3514 Psychiatric Social Service Worker 4 5,064. 

3514 Psychiatric Social Service Worker 2 5,580. 

3384 Psychiatrist (part-time) 8 6,004. 

3171 Electroencephlograph Technician 1 5,316. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,316. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 5,064. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0846 Medical Stenographer 2 4,596. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,316. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 1 4,380. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,780. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,176. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,380. 

0834 Typist 2 3,972. 

0614 Keypunch Operator 1 4,176. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,972. 

Total ~Jl $ 237,960. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

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SOCIAL CASE WORK SERVICE 

The Social Service Department is established to provide for preventive, corrective or curative measures in 
aid of the powers and functions and authority of the Municipal Court of Chicago in connection with social 
services. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 407,308. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 4,000. 

•2119.000 For Personal Services 411,308. 

.125 Office and Building Services 400. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,200. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

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.150 Publications 1,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,500. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 1,000. 

.186 Telephone 200. 

*2119.100 For Contractual Services 7,900. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 500. 

*2119.200 For Travel 1,500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 4,000. 

•2119.300 For Commodities 4,000. 

.422 Office Machines 3,000. 

.424 Furniture 2,000. 

•2119.400 For Equipment 5,000. 

•2119.930 General Assistance for the Needy 1,800. 

♦Total for Social Case Work Service $ 431,508. 



*TotaI for Chief Justice of the 

Municipal Court $ 2,227,611. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

lOO-Corporate Fund 



Chief Justice of the Municipal Court — Continued 
SOCIAL CASE WORK SERVICE 
POSITION AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

9865 Director — Court Casework 1 $ 11,000. 

3584 Assistant Director— Court Casework 1 8,640. 

3583 Principal Court Caseworker 2 6,144. 

3583 Principal Court Caseworker 3 6,444. 

3583 Principal Court Caseworker 2 6,768. 

3582 Senior Court Caseworker 5 5,580. 

3582 Senior Court Caseworker 10 5,856. 

3581 Court Caseworker 19 5,064. 

3581 Court Caseworker 6 5,580. 

3574 Court Caseworker Aide 4 4,250. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 S'^^^- 

0825 Principal Stenographer 2 4,824. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 1 4,380. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,972. 

0836 Senior Typist 5 4,380. 

0834 Typist 

0834 Typist 2 4,380. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,064. 

0402 Clerk 2 3,972. 

0402 Clerk 1 

0683 Telephone Operator ^ 4^380. 

Total $ 407,308. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

CLERK OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT 

The function of the Clerk of the Municipal Court of Chicago, provided under the Municipal Court Act, 
Chapter 37, Section 369, Illinois Revised Statutes, is to maintain the records of the Court. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 3,051,484. 

*2210.000 For Personal Services 3,051,484. 

.125 Office and Building Services 200. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 30,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.145 Legal 12,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 268,360. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 8,000. 

.172 Insurance 35,000. 

.186 Telephone 1,700. 

*2210.100 For Contractual Services 355,260. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — fiat rate 2,208. 

.270 Local Transportation 2,500. 

*2210.200 For Travel 4^708. 

.340 Material and Supplies 23,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 202,800. 

*2210.300 For Commodities 225,800. 

.422 Office Machines 76,750. 

.424 Furniture 11,800. 

*2210.400 For Equipment 88,550. 

.526 Improvements — Building and Structures. . . 16,800. 

*2210.500 For Permanent Improvements 16,800. 

*2210.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*2210.801 For expense incidental to evaluation and 

processing of backlog of tickets 50,000. 

*Total for Clerk of Municipal Court $ 3,793,102. 



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December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1441 



100-Corporate Fund 

Clerk of the Municipal Court — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


Positions 


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ADMINISTRATION— 2211 




14,500. 


9950 




1 $ 


1691 




1 


10,512. 


1670 


Executive Assistant to Municipal Court Clerk 


1 


7,464. 


1671 


Assistant Chief of Court Records and Files. . 


1 


7,464. 


0490 


Secretary to Municipal Court Clerk 


1 


6,768. 


1653 


Assistant to Municipal Court Clerk 


1 


6,444. 


0825 




1 


5,064. 






7 


58,216. 



Accounting 

0180 Comptroller (Municipal Court Clerk) 1 10,008. 

0181 Assistant Comptroller (Municipal Court Clerk) 1 7,464. 

0102 Accountant II 2 5,580. 

0206 Head Cashier 1 5,580. 

0235 Teller 2 4,824. 

0235 Teller 1 

0423 Head Clerk 3 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0147 Principal Account Clerk 1 5,064. 

0147 Principal Account Clerk 3 4,824. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 1 4,176. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 1 4,380. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 3 4,596. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 3 4,824. 

0145 Account Clerk 1 4,824. 

0145 Account Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0404 Clerk 7 4,824. 

0404 Clerk 1 4,596. 

0404 Clerk 1 4,380. 

0404 Clerk 2 4,176. 

0404 Clerk 1 3,780. 

0622 Bookkeeping Machine Operator 2 3,780 . 

57 273,360. 



CLERICAL ACTIONS RELATED TO 
CIVIL SUITS— 2212 



1650 Civil Filing Supervisor 1 6,444. 

1651 Civil Records Supervisor 1 6,444. 

0235 Teller 6 4,824. 

0235 Teller 1 4,380. 

0423 Head Clerk 2 5,580. 

0433 Document Execution Clerk 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 3 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 32 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 4 4,380. 



1442 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Clerk of the Municipal Court — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Positions No. Rate 



Clerical — Continued 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 $ 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3^780. 

0404 Clerk H 4^824! 

0404 Clerk 5 4^596^ 

0404 Clerk 7 4*380 * 

0404 Clerk 16 4,'l76.' 

0404 Clerk 28 3,972. 

0404 Clerk 4 3 730 

0404 Clerk 12 3!60o" 

1676 Senior Court Clerk 2 5,064. 

1675 Court Clerk 24 4,824. 

1675 Court Clerk 1 4^596. 

1675 Court Clerk 1 4'380. 

1675 Court Clerk 7 4^76. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3 972. 

0834 Typist 1 3^972! 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4 824. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 4,596. 

0666 Senior Photostat Machine Operator 1 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Machine Operator 4 3,780. 

0614 Key Punch Machine Operator 3 3,600. 

197 872,112. 

CLERICAL ACTIONS RELATED TO 
CRIMINAL CASES— 2214 

1652 Criminal Records and Filing Supervisor i 6,444. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 5^530. 

0423 Head Clerk 2 5,06A. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0147 Principal Account Clerk 1 4,824. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 20 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 8 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0404 Clerk 9 4,824. 

0404 Clerk 1 4^595' 

0404 Clerk 2 4,380. 

0404 Clerk 2 4^176. 

0404 Clerk 5 3'972. 

0404 Clerk 2 3,780. 

0404 Clerk 1 3,600. 

1677 Principal Court Clerk 1 5,580. 

1677 Principal Court Clerk 1 5,064. 

1675 Court Clerk 39 4,824. 

1675 Court Clerk 1 4,596. 

1675 Court Clerk 5 4,380. 

1675 Court Clerk 6 4,176. 



123 $ 570,744. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1443 



100-Corporate Fund 

Clerk of the Municipal Court — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

DISPOSITION OF TRAFFIC VIOLATION CASES— 2216 

1690 Director, Traffic Violations Bureau 1 $ 10,008. 

1689 Assistant Director, Traffic Violations Bureau. . 1 7,464. 

1661 Traffic Violations Supervisor 9 5,580. 

1677 Principal Court Clerk 3 5,064. 

1675 Court Clerk 11 4,824. 

1675 Court Clerk 1 4,596. 

1675 Court Clerk 2 4,380. 

1675 Court Clerk 8 4,176. 

0206 Head Cashier 1 5,580. 

0205 Cashier 1 4,824. 

0235 Teller 8 4,824. 

0235 Teller 1 4,596. 

0235 Teller 4 4,176. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,972. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,780. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0423 Head Clerk 4 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 4 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 3 4,824. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 28 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 10' 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 3,780. 

0404 Clerk 31 4,824. 

0404 Clerk 4 4,596. 

0404 Clerk 5 4,380. 

0404 Clerk 17 4,176. 

0404 Clerk 22 3,972. 

0404 Clerk 3 3,780. 

0404 Clerk 17 3,600. 

9991 Director of Data Processing 1 15,000. 

9992 Assistant Director of Data Processing 1 12,000. 

0630 Data Processing Analyst 2 8,640. 

0630 Data Processing Analyst 2 8,232. 

0675 Principal Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,856. 

0675 Principal Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,064. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 6 3,780. 

0666 Senior Photostat Machine Operator 1 5,064. 

0650 Programmer 4 6,144. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 11 3,972. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 4 3,780. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 19 3,600. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 3,432 . 

271 $ 1,233,960. 



1444 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Clerk of the Municipal Court — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

PREPARATION AND CERTIFICATION OF 
DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS— 2218 

0423 Head Clerk 1 $ 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0836 Senior Typist 4 4,824. 

0836 Senior Typist 3 4,176. 

9 $ 43,092. 



664 $ 3,051,484. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles not to exceed 11 ¥2 months 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

BAILIFF OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT 

The function of the Bailiff of the Municipal Court, provided under the Municipal Court Act, Chapter 37, 
Section 371, Illinois Revised Statutes, is to execute all processes issued by the Clerk of the Municipal Court 
and serve the judges in the courtroom. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 2,050,630. 

*2310.000 For Personal Services 2,050,630. 

.128 Fees and Services 1,700. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 5,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

' .142 Auditing 3,000. 

/ .145 Legal 5,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 1,800. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 2,000. 

.172 Insurance 11,000. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 7,500. 

.186 Telephone 50,000 . 

*2310.100 For Contractual Services 87,000. 

.228 Automobile allowances — flat rate 9,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 90,000. 

*2310.200 For Travel 99,000. 

.330 Food (Prisoners) 15,000. 

.330 Food (Psychiatric Patients) 2,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 3,600. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 15,000 . 

*2310.300 For Commodities 35,600. 

.422 Office Machines 2,000. 

.424 Furniture 3,000 . 

''2310.400 For Equipment 5,000. 



*Total for Bailiff of the Municipal Court $ 2,277,230. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



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100-Corporate Fund 

Bailiff of the Municipal Court — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 2311 

9180 Bailiff 1 $ 14,500. 

9181 Chief Deputy Bailiff 1 10,008. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 7,104. 

9182 Bailiff Real Estate Supervisor 1 9,072. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 8,232. 

0492 Chief Bailiff Clerk 1 8,640. 

0104 Accountant IV 1 8,232. 

0206 Head Cashier 2 6,144. 

0206 Head Cashier 1 5,280. 

0235 Teller 6 4,824. 

9183 Deputy Bailiff Supervisor 4 5,856. 

9183 Deputy Bailiff Supervisor 1 5,280. 

9184 Senior Deputy Bailiff 11 5,064. 

9184 Senior Deputy Bailiff 1 4,950. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 17 4,824. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 2 4,596. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 6 4,380. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 9 4,176. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 1 4,824. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 3 4,176. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,064. 

1697 Principal Real Estate Clerk 1 4,824. 

1696 Senior Real Estate Clerk 1 4,824. 

1695 Real Estate Clerk 1 4,176. 

0163 Head Timekeeper 1 5,064. 

0161 Timekeeper 1 4,824. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0146 Senior Account Clerk 1 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,064. 

0862 Legal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0862 Legal Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,380. 

0684 Telephone Operation Supervisor 1 4,824. 

0683 Telephone Operator 3 4,380. 

0683 Telephone Operator (1/2 time) 2,088. 

^ 461,110". 

PROCESS SERVICES FOR THE COURT— 2312 

9190 Bailiff Process Supervisor 1 9,072. 

9183 Deputy Bailiff Supervisor 3 7,104. 

3183 Deputy Bailiff Supervisor 1 6,768. 

9191 Deputy Bailiff (Assigned to Capias and 

Attachments) 6 5,064. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 103 4,824. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 13 4,596. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 16 4,380. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 36 4,176. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 1 4,824. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 2 4,596. 

9185 Deputy Bailiff (Office) 1 4,380. 

183 862,968. 



1448 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Bailiff of the Municipal Court — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



COURTROOM ATTENDANCE SERVICES— 2314 

9192 Courtroom Bailiff Supervisor 1 $ 8,232. 

9183 Deputy Bailiff Supervisor 1 7,464. 

9183 Deputy Bailiff Supervisor 2 6,144. 

9184 Senior Deputy Bailiff 2 5,064. 

9184 Senior Deputy Bailiff 2 4,824. 

9184 Senior Deputy Bailiff 1 4,596. 

9193 Deputy Bailiff (Assigned as Driver) 3 5,064. 

9193 Deputy Bailiff (Assigned as Driver) 2 4,824. 

9193 Deputy Bailiff (Assigned as Driver) 1 4,596. 

9194 Deputy Bailiff (Assigned to Judge) 37 5,064. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 74 4,824. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 7 4,596. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 7 4,380. 

9186 Deputy Bailiff (Field) 9 4,176. 



149 $ 726,552 . 
421 $ 2,050,630. 



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JOURNALr-CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION 

The House of Correction is maintained as a corrective institution for persons committed thereto by any 
court authorized to commit prisoners to the institution, when such commitment is for not less than thirty days 
nor more than one year. 

MAIN INSTITUTION 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 1,426,787. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 5,647. 

*2422.000 For Personal Services 1,432,434. 

.120 Institutional Care 100,000. 

.125 Ofifice and Building Services 500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,500. 

.142 Auditing 500. 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 100. 

.150 Publications 100. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 500. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 2,500. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 1,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 40,000. 

.166 Sui)scriptions and Dues 100. 

.170 Surety Bond Premium 200. 

.172 Insurance 500. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 40. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 35,000. 

.184 Heat, Light and Power (Municipal) 35,000. ' 

.186 Telephone 7,500. 

*2422.100 For Contractual Services 225,040. 

.228 Autom.obile Allowance — flat rate 1,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 2,000. " 

*2422.200 For Travel 3,500. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 50,000. 

.320 Gasoline 3,000. 

.330 Food 445,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies (Tailor Shop) 121,000. 

.348 Books and Related Materials 100. 

.340 Material and Supplies (Other) 80,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 5,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 40,000. 

*2422.300 For Commodities 744,100. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 15,000. 

*2422.400 For Equipment 15^000^. 

*TotaI for Main Institution $ 2,420,074. 

CERMAK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 258,900. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 12,000. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 6,852. 

*2426.000 For Personal Services 277,752. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 1,500. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 2,500. 

*2426.100 For Contractual Services 4^000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1451 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

House of Correction — Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

CERMAK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL— Continued 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate $ 500^, 

*2426.200 For Travel 500. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 10,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 35,000. 

.348 Books and Related Materials 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,000. 

*2426.300 For Commodities 47,500. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 2,500. 

*2426.400 For Equipment 2,500. 

*2426.700 For Contingencies 2,500. 

*Total for Cermak Memorial Hospital $ 334,752. 

FARM COLONY 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 65,676. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 690. 

*2424.000 For Personal Services 66,366. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.149 Other Professional and Technical Services. . 600. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 400. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 3,500. 

.186 Telephone 1,000. 

*2424.100 For Contractual Services 5,500. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 500. 

.314 Fuel Oil 3,500. 

.320 Gasoline 3,500. 

.340 Material and Supplies 10,000. 

"2424. 300 For Commodities IT^sM. 

.440' Machinery and Equipment 5,000. 

*2424.400 For Equipment 5^000. 

.526 Improvements: Buildings and Structures.. 7,500. 

*2424.526 For Permanent Improvements 7^500. 

*Total for Farm Colony $ 101,866. 

*Total for House of Correction $ 2,856,692. 



1452 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

House of Correction — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



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9651 


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2865 


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7,464. 


0805 


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5,316. 




Schedule Salary Adjustments 




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25,412. 




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7,464. 


0102 




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5,580. 


1852 


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6,144. 


1813 


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5,064. 


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4,596. 


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3,972. 


0834 


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3,600. 


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3,432. 


0401 


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1 


3,780. 


0401 


Junior Clerk 


1 


3,264. 


0401 


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3,108. 




Schedule Salary Adjustments 




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MAIN INSTITUTION— 2422 
INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE DIVISION 



6765 Printer (assigned in charge) (52w) 1 150. 43w 

2737 Head Cook 1 6,408. 

2735 Cook 11 5,196. 

2845 Supervisor of Tailor Shop 1 5,316. 

2716 Head Butcher 1 5,346. 

2714 Butcher 1 5,196. 

2714 Butcher 1 4,962. 

2805 Guard Sergeant 1 5,064. 

2805 Guard Sergeant 1 5,064. 

2803 Guard 1 4,824. 

2835 Kitchen Security Guard 1 5,580. 

2705 Baker (52w) 1 96.60w 

2705 Baker (52w) 1 96.60w 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 138. 

"23 122,923. 



OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE DIVISION 



7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 7 8,580. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 715.00m 

28 vireeks for vacation relief — $4,340 

4756 Foreman of Plumbers (260d) 1 35.20d 

4754 Plumber 3 719.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 2 716.00m 

6674 Machinist 1 8,322. 

4774 Steamfitter (260d) 2 31.60d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (260d) 2 31.60d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (280d) 2 25.44d 



21 183,434. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

House of Correction — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES — Continued 

Code Positions No. Raie 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 V2 months 
by: 

Assistant Superintendent, House of 

Correction ^ 

Accountant III ^ 

Assistant Head Guard (Transportation of 

prisoners to and from Courts and general 

messenger work) 1 

Medical Director L 

4 $ 2,000. 

GUARD AND MATRON DIVISION 

4216 Head Guard 1 $ 6,144. 

4216 Head Guard # 2 6,144. 

4215 Assistant Head Guard # 2 5,856. 

2807 Guard— Captain 1 5,064. 

2804 Supervising Guard # 6 5,316. 

2804 Supervising Guard # 1 5,064. 

2805 Guard Sergeant 1 4,824. 

2805 Guard Sergeant 1 4,596. 

2805 Guard Sergeant 1 4,176. 

2803 Guard # 8 5,064. 

2803 Guard 9 5,064. 

2803 Guard # 1 5,064. 

2803 Guard 6 5,064. 

2803 Guard # 4 4,824. 

2803 Guard 14 4,824. 

2803 Guard 7 4,824. 

2803 Guard 2 4,596. 

2803 Guard 2 4,596. 

2803 Guard 1 4,596. 

2803 Guard # 2 4,596. 

2803 Guard 8 4,596. 

2803 Guard # 1 4,596. 

2803 Guard 86 4,596. 

2803 Guard 1 4,380. 

2803 Guard # 1 3,972. 

2803 Guard 1 3,972. 

2803 Guard 9 3,972. 

2803 Guard 1 3,780. 

2803 Guard 16 3,972. 

2803 Guard (Vacation Relief) 6 3,972. 

3575 Social Service Worker 2 4,596. 

2827 Head Matron (IM) 1 4,380. 

2823 Matron (House of Correction) (IM) 1 3,600. 

2823 Matron (House of Correction) (IM) 3 3,600. 

2823 Matron (House of Correction) (IM) 1 3,600. 

2823 Matron (House of Correction) (IM) 9 3,600. 

2823 Matron (House of Correction (IM) 1 3,432. 

2614 Housekeeper 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 4,360 . 

221 1,011,292. 

Total for Main Institution and Administration. 288 1,432,434. 



1454 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

House of Correction — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

£2± positions ' No. Rats 

FARM COLONY— 2424 

2804 Supervising Guard # 1^ 53 2g 

2803 Guard # l 5,'o64." 

2803 Guard 2 4 596 

2803 Guard 1 ^'gg^' 

2803 Guard 1 

2803 Guard 2 3 972 

2803 Guard 2 s'tbo' 

4754 Plumber j q^;^ 

2735 Cook 1 5^j9g_ 

3575 Social Service Worker 1 4 330 

9534 Laborer (312d) 1 12 96d 

Schedule Salary Adjustments ggo. 

Total for Farm Colony gg 

CERMAK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL— 2426 

3325 Medical Director (Full Maintenance for self 

and Family) 2 10512 

3363 Physician (PT-A) 1 g'2g4' 

3363 Physician (PT-A) 2 5 976' 

3211 Dentist '[[ 1 g'^^^' 

3619 Superintendent of Nurses 

(Full Maintenance) 1 g 144 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses (Full Maintenance) 1 5,064. 

3616 Head Nurse 5 4 ggg 

3615 Hospital Nurse 9 4 j^g 

3613 Practical Nurse g 3'432 

3117 Pharmacist 1 4 824 

3385 Roentgenologist (PT-C) 1 3' 156. 

3165 Senior X-Ray Technician 1 4 176 

2803 Guard Ig ^'rj^Q 

Matron (House of Correction) (IM) i 3,600. 

Housekeeper (IM) 4 3 780 

3313 Externe (Full Maintenance) (PTA-B) 8 1,860. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5 064. 

0846 Medical Stenographer 1 4'i7g 

0403 Senior Clerk ' 2 3 432' 

Telephone Operator 3 3 108 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 6,852. 

Total for Cermak Memorial Hospital ~66 $ 265,752. 



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lOO-Corporate Fund 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

The function of the Board of Health is to enforce all laws of the State and ordinances of the City re- 
lating to pubhc health It causes all nuisances affecting the health of the public to be abated, determines when 
a dieaseTs conVagi^ or epidemic, and establishes quarantine regulations when necessary. 

Amounts 
Appropriated 

Code 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 4,730,205. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments d2A28 . 

*3110.000 For Personal Services 4,762,633. 

.125 Office and Building Services 15,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 20,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.149 General— N.O.C 2,000. 

.150 Publications 11,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 2,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 44,410. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 1,100. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 17,500. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 2,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 6,000. 

.186 Telephone 31,700. 

.188 Telegraph 9,000. 

*3110.100 For Contractual Services 161,710. 



.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 70,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 115,940. 

.270 Local Transportation 20,515 . 

*3110.200 For Travel 206,455. 



.314 Fuel Oil 1,000. 

.320 Gasoline 6,500. 

.330 Food (Breast Milk Account) 12,000. 

.330 Food 85,000. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 100,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 60,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 25,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 40,000. 

*3110.300 For Commodities 329,500. 

.424 Furniture 10,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 39,100. 

.450 Vehicles 12,500. 

*3110.400 For Equipment 61,600. 



Improvements: Buildings and Structures 

.526 Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. . 10,000. 

.526 Installation of Panel Boards 5,000. 

*31 10.500. For Permanent Improvements 15,000. 

*3110.801 For Expense Incidental to care of Tuber- 
cular Patients: To be reimbursed from 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund. 98,820. 

*3110.802 For Expense of Special Studies 1,270. 

*3110.803 Special Inoculations Programs 50,000. 

*3110.804 For BCG Program 26,200 . 

*Total for Board of Health $ 5,713,188. 



1460 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 



Board of Health— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code 



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ADMINISTRATION AND CLERICAL— 3111 



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0423 

0423 

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0421 

0421 

0421 

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0403 

0403 

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President, Board of Health 


. . 1 $ 20,500. 


9685 


Secretary, Board of Health 


1 12,168. 


9683 


Member (without compensation) 


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9687 


Commissioner of Health 


. . 1 18,000. 


3415 


Assistant Commissioner of Health 


1 16,308. 


0303 


Administrative Assistant III 


. . 1 11,592. 


3388 


Director of Heart Disease Control Program. . 


. . 1 12,168. 


1190 


Budget Control Officer 


. . 1 11,040. 






14 101,776. 



Administrative Services — 3111 

Administrative Assistant HI 

Administrative Assistant I 

Assistant Chief Clea:k 

Assistant Chief Clerk 

Field Auditor # 

Head Clerk # 

Head Clerk 

Head Clerk # 

Head Clerk # 

Principal Clerk 

Principal Clerk # 

Principal Clerk 5 

Principal Clerk 2 

Senior Clerk 3 

Senior Clerk 1 

Senior Clerk 2 

Senior Clerk 2 

Senior Clerk # 2 

Senior Clerk 5 

Senior Clerk 6 

Senior Clerk 4 

Senior Clerk 4 

Senior Clerk 1 

Senior Clerk # 1 

Senior Clerk i 

Junior Clerk 2 

Junior Clerk 5 

Junior Clerk 1 

Junior Clerk 2 

Junior Clerk I7 

Junior Clerk 9 

Junior Clerk 11 

Junior Clerk 6 

Junior Clerk 5 

Principal Stenographer 4 



9,528. 

6,768. 

7,836. 

6,444. 

5,064. 

6,444. 

6,444. 

5,856. 

5,580. 

5,316. 

5,580. 

5,316. 

5,064. 

5,316. 

5,064. 

5,064. 

5,064. 

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3,780. 

4,824. 

4,596. 

4,596. 

4,380. 

4,176. 

3,972. 

4,380. 

4,176. 

4,380. 

3,972. 

3,780. 

3,600. 

3,264. 

3,108. 

3,108. 

5,580. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Health — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES— 3111— Continued 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 $ 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 2 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 5 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,380. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer # 1 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 4 3,600. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 3,780. 

0666 Senior Photostat Machine Operator 1 3,972. 

1850 Supervisor of Inventory Control 1 1 6,444. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 4,879 . 

133 583,363. 

PREVENTIVE MEDICAL AND NURSING 
SERVICES— 3112 

3335 Chief Medical Officer 1 10,008. 

3404 Chief of Bureau of Child Welfare 1 8,232. 

3355 Pathologist (PT-B) 1 432.00m 

3361 Attending Physician (PT-C) 2 216.00m 

3361 Attending Physician (PT-C) 5 178.00m 

3361 Attending Physician (PT-C) 13 206.00m 

3361 Attending Physician (PT-C) 6 169.00m 

3362 Prenatal Physician (PT-C) 3 216.00m 

3362 Prenatal Physician (PT-C) 18 206.00m 

3362 Prenatal Physician (PT-C) 2 169.00m 

3363 Physician (PT-B) 1 4,476. 

3256 Chief of Dental Health Section 1 720.00m 

3254 Assistant Chief of Dental Health Section 1 592.00m 

3211 Dentist 465.00m 

3211 Dentist 488.00m 

3211 Dentist 512.00m 

3211 Dentist 537.00m 

(227,280.) 

3405 Infant Welfare Attendant # (228m) 272.00m 

3757 Director of Public Health Nurses 1 7,464. 

3626 Assistant Director of Nurses # 1 6,144. 

3754 Public Health Nurse IV 1 6,144. 

3753 Public Health Nurse III 3 6,144. 

3753 Public Health Nurse III 1 5,856. 

3752 Public Health Nurse II 443.00m 

3752 Public Health Nurse II 465.00m 

3752 Public Health Nurse II 422.00m 

3752 Public Health Nurse II 402.00m 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 383.00m 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 422.00m 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 402.00m 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 365.00m 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 348.00m 

3613 Practical Nurse 300.00m 

3613 Practical Nurse 286.00m 

(752,078.) 



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December 8, 1959 
100-Corporate Fund 



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POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

MENTAL HYGIENE 

3343 Child Guidance Pediatrician (PT-A) 1 $ 9,732. 

3537 Senior Psychologist 1 8,232. 

3537 Senior Psychologist 1 6,144. 

3515 Senior Psychiatric Social Service Worker .... 1 6,144. 

3515 Senior Psychiatric Social Service Worker .... 1 5,856. 

3384 Psychiatrist (PT-B) 1 5,718. 

3384 Psychiatrist (PT-B) 1 5,184. 

3514 Psychiatric Social Service Worker 3 5,856. 

3514 Psychiatric Social Service Worker 4 5,064. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

NUTRITIONAL GUIDANCE 

3436 Chief Nutritionist 1 6,144. 

3434 Nutritionist 1 5,856. 

3434 Nutritionist 1 5,580. 

3434 Nutritionist 2 5,316. 

3434 Nutritionist 1 5,064. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

DISTRICT HEALTH CENTER 

3372 Chief District Health Officer 1 10,008. 

3365 Public Health Physician (PT-B) 1 338.50m 

3361 Attending Physician (PT-C) 2 178.00m 

3362 Prenatal Physician (PT-C) 5 169.00m 

3362 Prenatal Physician 2 178.00m 

3211 Dentist 1 488.00m 

3405 Infant Welfare Attendant # (24m) 272.00m 

3405 Infant Welfare Attendant # (48m) 259.00m 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 2 422.00m 

3613 Practical Nurse 1 300.00m 

Salary Schedule Adjustments 13,846. 

$ 1,464,168. 

CONTROL OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES— 3113 

3305 Epidemiologist 1 12,768. 

3406 Chief of Bureau of Communicable Diseases ... 1 8,232. 

3365 Public Health Physician (PT-B) 392.00m 

3365 Public Health Physician (PT-B) 355.00m 

3365 Public Health Physician (PT-B) 338.50m 

3363 Physician (PT-B) 355.00m 

3363 Physician (PT-B) 322.00m 

3363 Physician (PT-B) 307.00m 

(268,839.) 

3505 Hospital Expediter 1 5,316. 

3452 Quarantine Officer II 1 5,580. 

3451 Quarantine Officer I 6 422.00m 

3451 Quarantine Officer I 2 402.00m 

3451 Quarantine Officer I 4 365.00m 

0731 Information Attendant 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 3,818. 

$ 366,701. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Health — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



r^rip Positions No. Rate 



Venereal Disease Control 

3395 Venereal Disease Control Officer 1 $ 8,232. 

3363 Physician 2 6,444. 

3363 Physician 2 6,144. 

3363 Physician (PT-B) 2 3,864. 

3360 Clinician # 5 6,444. 

3572 Senior Case Holding Worker # 1 4,596. 

3573 Junior Case Holding Worker # 1 4,176. 

3579 Principal Social Service Worker 1 5,316. 

3575 Social Service Worker 1 4,176. 

3575 Social Service Worker 2 4,176. 

3131 Laboratory Assistant I 1 3,108. 

3614 Orderly # 4 3,264. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,853. 

~23 117,989. 



CONTAGIOUS DISEASE HOSPITAL 
FACILITIES— 3114 

Full maintenance is furnished to all em- 
ployes at the Municipal Contagious Disease 
Hospital except as otherwise specified. 

3346 Medical Superintendent (full maintenance 
for self and family) 

0323 Hospital Administrator 

3344 Assistant Medical Superintendent (full main- 
tenance for self and family) 

3344 Assistant Medical Superintendent 

3344 Assistant Medical Superintendent 

3317 Resident Physician (72 hrs. wk.) 

3317 Resident Physician (72 hrs. wk.) 

3165 Senior X-ray Technician 

3355 Pathologist (PT-C) 

3385 Roentgenologist (PT-C) (1 meal) 

3315 Interne (60m) 

3315 Interne 

3620 Clinical Instructor # 

3636 Director of Nurses Training 

3619 Superintendent of Nurses 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses 

3616 Head Nurse 

3616 Head Nurse 

3616 Head Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3613 Practical Nurse 

3611 Nurses Aide 

3605 Ambulance Attendant 

3605 Ambulance Attendant 

27 &6 Food Service Supervisor (1 meal) 

2764 Assistant to Food Service Sunervisor 



1 


10,512. 


1 


8,640. 


1 


5,316. 


1 


6,144. 


1 


5,316. 


3 


3,432. 


2 


3,432. 


1 


4,824. 


1 


184.00m 


1 


2,856. 




100.00m 


12 


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1 


5,316. 


1 


6,768. 


1 


6,444. 


1 


5,316. 


1 


5,580. 


1 


5,064. 


1 


5,316. 


1 


4,596. 


4 


4,824. 




383.00m 




365.00m 




348.00m 




286.00m 




273.00m 




(169,920.) 


4 


383.00m 


1 


331.00m 


1 


5,316. 


1 


3,600. 



1464 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Health — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Posi'iops , No. Rate 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASE HOSPITAL 
FACILITIES— 3114— Continued 

2737 Head Cook (1 meal) 1 $ 5,730. 

2735 Cook (1 meal) 1 5,040. 

2735 Cook 1 4,518. 

2733 Assistant Cook 3 4,110. 

2616 Senior Housekeeper 1 4,824. 

2614 Housekeeper 1 3,600. 

2614 Housekeeper (12m) 300.00m 

9555 Maid (528m) 232.50m 

2637 Laundry Supervisor 1 3,852. 

2635 Senior Laundryman 1 3,624. 

2655 Seamstress (24m) 255.50m 

3614 Orderly # (216m) 271.00m 

3614 Orderly (24m) 271.00m 

4223 Janitor (24m) 271.00m 

0423 Head Clerk (1 meal) # 1 5,856. 

0401 Junior Clerk (1 meal) 1 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,972. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,780. 

0683 Telephone Operator 3 3,432. 

1805 Stockhandler # (1 meal) 1 4,596. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic (1 meal) 1 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic (1 meal) 2 670.50m 

7116 Supervising Chauffeur (1 meal) (255d) 1 24.80d 

7114 Chauffeur (1 meal) (255d) 10 23.20d 

7114 Chauffeur (1 meal) (255d) 1 23.20d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (1 meal) (255d) 1 23.20d 

9435 Maintenance Man (24m) 285.50m 

9534 Laborer (12m) 271.00m 

4285 Window Washer (1 meal) 2 5,760. 

4265 Watchman (12m) 271.00m 

4265 Watchman (1 meal) (12m) 271.00m 

Electrical Mechanics — 

Vacation Relief 1,560. 

Allowance in lieu of maintenance at the 
discretion of the President of the Board of 
Health; For lodging and meals, each at the 

rate of $10.00 per month 36,000. 

Salary Schedule Adjustments 2,627. 

786,449. 

VITAL STATISTICS AND INFORMATIONAL 
SERVICES— 3115 

1737 Chief Statistician 1 12,168. 

1715 Deputy Local Registrar of Vital Statistics 1 7,464. 

3427 Chief Health Educator # 1 7,836. 

1720 Burial Permit Officer in Charge # 1 6,768. 

1721 Burial Permit Officer # 1 5,064. 

1719 Recorder of Births 1 4,380. 

1719 Recorder of Births 1 3,972. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,316. 



December 8, 1959 
100-Corporate Fund 



Code 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

Board of Health — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Positions No. Rate 



1465 



VITAL STATISTICS AND INFORMATIONAL 
SERVICES— 3 1 1 5 — Continued 

0403 Senior Clerk # 

0645 Motion Picture Machine Operator 

3421 Assistant Chief of Public Health Methods # 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 

0614 Key Punch Operator 

0614 Key Punch Operator 

0614 Key Punch Operator 

0614 Key Punch Operator 

Salary Schedule Adjustments 



17 



5,064. 
5,064. 
8,232. 
5,316. 
4,596. 
4,596. 
4,380. 
3,972. 
3,432. 
161. 
97,781. 



REGULATORY INSPECTION OF SANITARY 



PRACTICES— 3116 

2385 Chief Sanitary Officer 1 12,168. 

2376 Supervising Sanitary Inspector 1 6,444. 

2376 Supervising Sanitary Inspector 1 4,824. 

2374 Sanitary Inspector 3 5,064. 

2374 Sanitary Inspector 2 4,176. 

2365 Rodent Control Officer 1 8,640. 

2327 Chief Food Inspector 1 8,640. 

2325 Supervising Food Inspector 5 7,104. 

2325 Supervising Food Inspector 3 6,768. 

2335 Food Inspector — Veterinarian 1 6,444. 

2324 Food Inspector (Kosher Markets) 1 5,316. 

2356 Supervising Meat Inspector 1 6,768. 

2323 Food Inspector 10 6,768. 

2323 Food Inspector 21 6,444. 

2323 Food Inspector 9 6,144. 

2323 Food Inspector 1 5,856. 

2323 Food Inspector 5 5,580. 

2323 Food Inspector 3 5,316. 

2323 Food Inspector 4 5,064. 

2309 Chief of Dairy Inspection Section 2 8,640. 

2308 Assistant to Chief of Dairy Inspection Section . 2 8,232. 

2305 Supervising Dairy Inspector 3 7,104. 

2305 Supervising Dairy Inspector 1 6,768. 

2304 Dairy Inspector in Charge 1 7,104. 

2303 Dairy Inspector 34 6,444. 

2303 Dairy Inspector 1 6,144. 

2303 Dairy Inspector 3 5,856. 

2303 Dairy Inspector 5 5,316. 

2303 Dairy Inspector 2 5,064. 

Salary Schedule Adjustments 2,213 . 

128 817,529. 

LABORATORY TESTING AND ANALYSIS 
SERVICE— 3117 

3115 Chief of Division of Laboratories 1 12,768. 

3126 Director of Drugs and Biologies 1 8,640. 

3114 Assistant Director of Laboratories # 1 8,232. 

3104 Bacteriologist IV 4 7,836. 



1466 JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

lOO-Corporate Fund 

Board of Health — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions 

LABORATORY TESTING AND ANALYSIS 
SERVICE— 3117— Continued 

3103 Bacteriologist III 

3103 Bacteriologist III # 

3103 Bacteriologist III # 

3103 Bacteriologist III # 

3101 Bacteriologist I 

3101 Bacteriologist I 

3101 Bacteriologist I 

3109 Virologist 

5524 Chemist IV 

5523 Chemist III 

5522 Chemist II 

5522 Chemist II 

5521 Chemist I 

5521 Chemist I 

5521 Chemist I 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 

9534 Laborer # 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 



Water Section 

(To be reimbursed from the Water Fund) 

5104 Bacteriologist IV 

3101 Bacteriologist I 

5523 Chemist III 



5522 
3132 



Schedule Salary Adjustments 



No. 


Rate 


• 1 ^ 


; 8,640. 


• 10 


6,444. 


• 2 


6,144. 


. 1 


5,856. 


• 6 


5,856. 


1 


5,580. 


. 1 


5,064. 


. 1 


7,104. 


. 1 


7,464. 


. 3 


6,768. 


. 1 


6,768. 


1 


5,856. 


. 2 


5,580. 


. 9 


5,856. 


. 2 


5,580. 


6 


4,596. 


2 


4,380. 


3 


3,972. 


. 5 


4,062. 




2,436. 


65 


391,506. 


1 


7,104. 


1 


5,856. 


1 


6,768. 


1 


5,856. 


2 


4,596. 




595. 


6 


35,371. 


i 


^ 4,762,633. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months 
by: 

Director of Drugs and Biologies 1 

Chief of Dairy Inspection Section 1 

Chief of Dairy Inspection Section 1 

At $90.00 per month when assigned to Coun- 
try Dairy Inspection and at $55.00 per 
month when assigned to City Dairy In- 
spection. 

Dairy Inspector in Charge 1 

Supervising Dairy Inspector 2 

Supervising Dairy Inspector 2 

Dairy Inspector 34 

Dairy Inspector 7 

Food Inspector 1 

Assistant to Chief of Dairy Inspection Section. . 2 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Health — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

Rodent Control Officer 1 

Budget Control Officer 1 

Supervising Meat Inspector 1 

Supervising Sanitary Inspector 1 

Supervising Sanitary Inspector 1 

Public Health Physician 13 

Director of Public Health Nurses 1 

Assistant Director of Nurses 1 

Public Health Nurse III 4 

Public Health Nurse II 13 

Chief of Dental Health Section 1 

Assistant Chief of Dental Health Section 1 

Physician 40 

Prenatal Physician 1 

Public Health Nurse IV 1 



133 $ 70,000. 



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1473 



100-Corporate Fund 

depar™ent of police 

It is the function of the Police Department to preserve law and order. The Department enforces state 
laws, ordinances of the City, and the orders of the City Council and the Mayor. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $69,209,350. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 7,935 . 

*4110.000 For Personal Services 69,217,285. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 7,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Survey of Department 50,000. 

.149 Other Professional and Technical 

Services 9,500. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 35,120. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 30,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 790,000. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 3,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 50,000. 

.186 Telephone 122,300. 

.188 Telegraph 3,000. 

*4110.100 For Contractual Services 1,099,920. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 2,208. 

*4110.200 For Travel 2,208. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 75,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 20,000. 

.320 Gasoline 600,000. 

.330 Food (for prisoners) 50,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 263,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 100,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 90,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value Over $10.00) 5,000. 

*4110.300 For Commodities 1,203,000. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 10,000. 

.422 Office Machines 28,040. 

.423 Communication Devices 300,000. 

.424 Furniture 39,210. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 5,000. 

.450 Vehicles 823,100. 

M110.400 For Equipment 1,205,350. 

.526 Improvement of space 7,200. 

*4110.500 For Permanent Improvements 7,200. 

.701 Contingent Fund to be expended at the 

discretion of the Commissioner of Police . . 53,000. 
*4110.700 For Contingencies 53,000. 

*4110.801 For the operation of a Police Academy, 

including rentals 5,000. 

*Total For Department of Police $72,792,963. 



1474 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

100 -Corporate Fund 



Department of Police — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 4111 

9666 Commissioner of Police 1 $ 22 500. 

9782 Deputy to the Commissioner 2 14,076. 

9783 Aide to the Commissioner 1 11,040. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 11,040. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 10,512. 

9787 Department Inspector 1 10,008. 

9045 Rehabilitation Counselor 1 8,640. 

0742 Public Information Assistant II 1 7,836. 

9031 Inspector of Police Personnel 3 6,144. 

9031 Inspector of Police Personnel 1 5,064. 

3370 Chief Surgeon # 1 10,512. 

3371 Police Surgeon 13 6,144. 

3371 Police Surgeon (part time) 2 3,684. 

9175 Captain 8 832. 

9173 Lieutenant 7,608. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9161 Patrolman 5,928. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk # 1 6^768. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5!580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 21 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 21 3,108. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 6,144. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 6,102. 

1,050,462. 

PERSONNEL BUREAU— 4112 

1326 Director of Personnel 1 10,008. 

9043 Supervisor of Police Physical Training 1 7,836. 

9175 Captain 8,832. 

9173 Lieutenant 7,608. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9161 Patrolman 5,928. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,824. 

447,048. 

BUREAU OF RECORDS AND PROPERTY— 4113 
ANIMAL SHELTER 

9155 Poundmaster 1 6 444. 

9153 Assistant Poundmaster 1 6,144. 

9151 Dog Catcher 3 5,856. 

9151 Dog Catcher 12 5,580. 

9151 Dog Catcher 3 5,316. 

9151 Dog Catcher 1 4,380. 

1815 Principal Storekeeper 1 4,914. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9161 Patrolman 5,928. 

9161 Patrolman 5,652. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 317. 

169,679. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100 -Corporate Fund 



Department of Police — Continued 
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Buildings 

Chief Operating Engineer 1 

Station Engineer # 6 

Station Engineer # (552 months) 

Insect Exterminator # 1 

Janitor 48 

Janitress 19 

Vacation relief for Janitors and Janitresses . . . 

Window Washer 4 

Patrolman 



BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INFORMATION AND 
STATISTICS— 4114 

9789 Director of Criminal Information 

9021 Custodian of Lost and Stolen Property 

0423 Head Clerk # 

0423 Head Clerk 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk # 

0401 Junior Clerk # 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 14 

0635 Microfilm Operator 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0461 Messenger Clerk 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 

0614 Key Punch Operator 

0614 Key Punch Operator 4 



11,382. 

5,478. 

5,478. 

5,316. 

4,914. 

3,792. 
15,420. 

5,760. 

5,652. 



659,238. 



1,499,609. 



9,528. 
8,640. 
5,856. 
5,580. 
5,580. 
5,316. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
4,380. 
4,380. 
4,176. 
3,972. 
3,432. 
4,380. 
3,108. 
4,596. 
5,064. 
4,824. 
4,596. 



1476 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Police — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INFORMATION AND 
STATISTICS— 4114— Continued 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 $ 4,380. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 4,176. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 3,432. 

0683 Telephone Operator 3 4,824. 

0683 Telephone Operator 24 4,596. 

0683 Telephone Operator 8 4,380. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,972. 

0683 Telephone Operator "2 3,600. 

0683 Telephone Operator 5 3,780. 

0683 Telephone Operator 2 3,432. 

5855 Radio Engineer 1 10 512. 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5039 Electrical Mechanic — Radio 4 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 28 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic Vacation Relief 18,900. 

9175 Captain 3 332 

9173 Lieutenant 7 qqq 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9169 Patrolman Assigned as Police Dispatcher 6,240. 

9161 Patrolman 5 923 

9161 Patrolman g g52 

9161 Patrolman 5 333 

9161 Patrolman 5,136. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,046. 

1,807,880. 

DETECTIVE DIVISION— 4115 

9794 Chief of Detectives 1 13,404. 

9793 Deputy Chief of Detectives 2 11,592. 

9791 Director of Crime Laboratory 1 9,528. 

9790 Director of Identification 1 9,528. 

9211 Document Examiner 1 7,836. 

9215 Microanalyst 2 7,836. 

9231 Police Chemist 1 7,836. 

9231 Police Chemist 1 7,464. 

9213 Firearms Identification Technician 5 7,464. 

9213 Firearms Identification Technician 1 7,104. 

9241 Polygraph Examiner 6 6,888. 

9233 Police Laboratory Technician 20 6,888. 

9175 Captain 8,832. 

9173 Lieutenant 7,608. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9165 Patrolman (Assigned as Detective) 6,528. 

9163 Patrolman (Assigned as Fingerprint 

Technician) 15 6,528. 

9161 Patrolman 5,928. 

9161 Patrolman 5,652. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



lOO-Corporate Fund — 

Department of Police — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

DETECTIVE DIVISION— 4115— Continued 

9161 Patrolman $ 5,388. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 7 3,432. 

0828 Assistant Chief Stenographer (Male) 1 6,444. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 4,596. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 305. 

6,817,157. 

UNIFORMED FORCE— 4116 

9795 Chief of Uniformed Force 1 13,404. 

9796 Deputy Chief of Uniformed Force 3 11,592. 

9800 Supervisor of Police Division 7 10,512. 

9175 Captain 8,832. 

9173 Lieutenant 7,608. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9165 Patrolman (Assigned as Detective) 6,528. 

9161 Patrolman: 

First year of service 4,920. 

Second year of service 5,136. 

Third year of service 5,388. 

Fourth year of service 5,652. 

After four years of service 5,928. 

Crossing Guard: 

First year of service (800 hr.) 2.00hr 

Second year of service (800 hr.) 2.05hr 

After two years of service (800 hr.) 2.10hr 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,316. 

48,683,784. 

CRIME PREVENTION DIVISION— 4117 

9797 Director of Crime Prevention 1 9,528. 

9013 Investigator of Theatrical Exhibitions 1 5,316. 

9011 Censor of Moving Pictures 6 4,596. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9167 Patrolman Assigned as Juvenile Officer 6,528. 

9167 Patrolman Assigned as Juvenile Officer 6,240. 

9161 Patrolman 5,388. 

9135 Lieutenant of Policewomen 7,608. 

9133 Sergeant of Policewomen 6,888. 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

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Code Positions No. Rate 

CRIME PREVENTION— 4117— Continued 

9131 Policewoman: 

First year of service $ 4,920. 

Second year of service 5,136. 

I Third year of service 5,388. 

Fourth year of service 5,652. 

After four years of service • 5,928. 

9121 Matron (Police): 

First year of service 4,920. 

Second year of service 5,136. 

Third year of service 5,388. 

Fourth year of service 5,652. 

After four years of service 5,928. 

0645 Motion Picture Machine Operator 2 157.20w 

0645 Motion Picture Machine Operator (vacation 

relief not to exceed 6 weeks) 157,20w 

2,276,976. 

TRAFFIC DIVISION— 4118 

9798 Chief of Traffic Bureau 1 13,404. 

9799 Deputy Chief of Traffic Bureau 3 11,592. 

9175 Captain 8,832. 

9173 Lieutenant 7,608. 

9171 Sergeant 6,888. 

9161 Patrolman: 

First year of service 4,920. 

Second year of service 5,136. 

Third year of service 5,388. 

Fourth year of service 5,652. 

After four years of service 5,928. 

0421 Principal Clerk 4 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 2 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 13 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 4 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 38 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 10 3,108. 

0821 Junior Stenographer # 1 4,596. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 2 3,780. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 23 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 165. 

6,634,369 . 
$69,217,285. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



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Code 

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automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months 
by: 

Inspector of Police Personnel 3 

Insect Exterminator 1 



4 $ 2,208. 



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100-C-orporate Fund 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

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Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $28,901,956. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,703. 

*4210.000 For Personal Services 28,903,659. 

.125 Office and Building Services 2,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 3,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 100. 

.155 Rental of Property 1,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 35,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 70,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 500. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 1,100. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 90,000. 

.186 Telephone 10,500. 

*4210.100 For Contractual Services 213,700. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 1,300. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 5,000. 

*4210.200 For Travel 6,300. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 110,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 60,000. 

.318 Other 500. 

.320 Gasoline 110,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 126,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies (Fire Hose) 100,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 20,000. 

.348 Books and Related Materials 1,000, 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 40,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 140,200. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material (For New 

Equipment) 27,500. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value Not Exceeding 

$10.00) 3,500. 

*4210.300 For Commodities 738,700. 

.422 Office Machines 10,500. 

.424 Furniture 5,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 30,000. 

.450 Vehicles 30,000. 

*4210.400 For Equipment TSTSOO. 

.526 Improvement (Buildings and Structures) . . 50,000. 

*42 10.500 For Permanent Improvements 50,000. 

*4210.700 For Contingencies 10,000. 

*4210.801 For Photography and Related Factors 9,000. 

*4210.802 For Demolition of Fire Damaged Buildings 

Dangerous to Public Security 100,000. 

*Total for Fire Department $30,106,859. 



December 8, 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

lOO-Corporate Fund 

Fire Department — Continued 





POSITIONS AND SALARIES 


Code 


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22,500. 






1 $ 


9667 




1 


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1 


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0401 




1 


3,108. 


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2 


6,144. 


0823 




1 


5,316. 


0821 




1 


3,432. 




Schedule Salary Adjustments 




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16 


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FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT AND RESCUE 
OPERATIONS— 4212 

8777 Chief Fire Marshal 

8775 First Deputy Chief Fire Marshal 

8773 Second Deputy Chief Fire Marshal 

8773 Second Deputy Chief Fire Marshal as Chief 

of Equipment and Repairs 

8773 Second Deputy Chief Fire Marshal as Chief 

of Field Training and Supervision 

3368 Department Physician and Surgeon # 

8505 Supervisor of Ambulance Service 

8771 Division Fire Marshal 

8739 Battalion Fire Chief 

8737 Captain 

8737 Captain 

8735 Lieutenant 

8735 Lieutenant 

8731 Firefighter: 

First Six Months Service 

After Six Months Service 

After Eighteen Months Service 

After Thirty Months Service 

After Forty-Two Months Service 

8733 Fire Engineer: 

After Forty-Two Months Service 

7355 Marine Pilot (Fire Boat) 



1 17,500. 
1 13,008. 
5 11,784. 

1 10,200. 

1 10,200. 

1 10,512. 

1 10,865. 

21 9,720. 

90 8,832. 

203 7,608. 

1 7,248. 
398 6,888. 

2 6,888. 

4,920. 
5,136. 
5,388. 
5,652. 
5,928. 

400 6,628. 
10 7,104. 
26,157,513. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

Fire Department — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



FIRE PREVENTION— 4213 

8854 Division Fire Marshal (Assigned as Ch.ief of 



Fire Prevention Bureau) 1 $ 11,784. 

8835 Captain (Assigned to Fire Prevention 

Bureau) 3 76O8. 

8877 Chief Fire Prevention Engineer 1 10 008. 

8876 Deputy Chief Fire Prevention Engineer # . . . 1 7,836. 

8875 Fire Prevention Engineer 1 q 768. 

8873 Junior Fire Prevention Engineer 2 6 768. 

8873 Junior Fire Prevention Engineer 1 6,144. 

8873 Junior Fire Prevention Engineer 1 5,064. 

8735 Lieutenant 70 6,888. 

8735 Lieutenant 80 6 528. 

8731 Firefighter 9 5,928. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 3 3,108. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 3 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 941. 

185 1,199,561. 

TRAINING FIRE PERSONNEL— 4214 

8516 Division Fire Marshal 

(Assigned as Drillmaster) 1 11,784. 

8514 Captain 

(Assigned as Assistant Drillmaster) 1 7,608. 

8731 Firefighter 4 5,928. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,972. 

7 47,076. 



OPERATION OF FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH 



SYSTEM— 4215 

8637 Chief Fire Alarm Operator 1 10,008. 

8635 Assistant Chief Fire Alarm Operator 1 9,528. 

8633 Fire Alarm Operator 14 774.50m 

8631 Junior Fire Alarm Operator 18 704.00m 

8675 Fire Telephone Operator 19 510.00m 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Vacation and Sick Relief 5,000. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 90. 



54 426,686. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



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Coda Positions ^ 



MAINTENANCE OF FIRE EQUIPMENT— 4216 

7156 Automotive Service Engineer # 1$ 11,040. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

0834 Typist 2 3,108. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

6575 General Shop Foreman 1 10,512. 

5,040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 10 716.00m 

Vacation Relief for Foreman and Electrical 

Mechanics 3,648. 

6676 Foreman of Machinists 1 9,570. 

6674 Machinist 5 8,322. 

6674 Machinist (255d) # 1 33.00d 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 33.00d 

6674 Machinist (255d) 27 32.00d 

8733 Fire Engineer — Assigned in Charge 1 7,115. 

8733 Fire Engineer — Assigned in Charge 2 6,988. 

8733 Fire Engineer 6 6,628. 

8731 Firefighter 20 5,928. 

6605 Blacksmith (255d) 1 33.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper (255d) 3 32.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper (255d) 1 32.20d 

6603 Blacksmith Finisher # (255d) 3 32.70d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (Sub-Foreman) (255d) , 1 32.60d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (255d) 2 31.60d 

6745 Patternmaker (255d) 1 32.00d 

&635 Brass Molder (in Charge) (255d) 1 28.22d 

4301 Carpenter (255d) 2 30.00d 

4605 Automotive Painter (Sub-Foreman) # 

(255d) 1 32.40d 

4605 Automotive Painter (255d) # 3 28.80d 

6705 Automotive Upholsterer (255d) # 2 33.20d 

6784 Tire Repairman (255d) 1 22.80d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (2 55d) 1 29.40d 

9531 Shop Laborer (255d) # 8 24.20d 

9405 Washer and Greaser (255d) 3 20.80d 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 354 . 

^T9 868,613. 

ARSON INVESTIGATION— 4217 

8735 Lieutenant 5 6,888. 

8731 Firefighter ^5 5,928 . 

10 64,080. 
$28,903,659. 



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Code Positions No. Rate 

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6755 Compensation for the use of personally 
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months by: 

Department Physician and Surgeon 1 

Supervisor of Ambulance Service i 

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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS 

(See Water Fund for other Appropriations) 

The function of the Department of Buildings is to enforce the various provisions of the Municipal 
Code relating to zoning, building, electrical, elevator, heating and ventilating, housing and plumbing inspec- 
tion. It also passes on building plans and enforces compliance through hearings and court action. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 3,795,926. 

.010' Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 17,500. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 5,215. 

*4300.000 For Personal Services 3,818,641. 

.125 Office and Building Services 57,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 10,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 
.149 Other Professional and Technical 

Services 18,500. 

.150 Publications 2,500. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 20,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 2,000. 

.169 Technical Meeting Costs 300. 

.186 Telephone 500. 

*4300.100 For Contractual Services 110,800. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 115,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 2,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 43,995. 

*43G0.200 For Travel 160,995. 

.348 Books and Related Material 1,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 30,000. 

*4300.300 For Commodities 31,000. 

.422 Office Machines 1,000. 

.424 Furniture 1,000. 

*4300.400 For Equipment 2,000. 

•4300.700 For Contingencies 2,000. 

•4300.801 For Demolition of Buildings 400,000. 

*Total for Department of Buildings $ 4,525,436. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Cods Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 430 1 

9663 Commissioner of Buildings 1 $ 22,500. 

0804 Private Secretary to the Commissioner #■ ■ ■ ■ 1 7,104. 

2127 Deputy Commissioner of Buildings 1 11,040. 

2121 Assistant to Commissioner of Buildings 1 11,592. 

2121 Assistant to Commissioner of Buildings 1 9,072. 

2125 Assistant Commissioner of Buildings 1 11,592. 

2125 Assistant Commissioner of Buildings 1 10,512. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 7,836. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 7,104. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,856. 

2156 Chief of Inspections 1 9,528. 

2154 Assistant Chief of Inspections 3 9,072. 

2154 Assistant Chief of Inspections 1 8,640. 

1365 Training Coordinator 1 9,072. 

2345 Supervising Housing Inspector 1 7,132. 

2347 Assistant Chief Housing Inspector 1 7,564. 

2343 Housing Inspector 4 5,956. 

2344 Survey Inspector # 2 5,956. 

1664 Title Searcher 1 5,064. 

1155 Senior Methods Analyst 1 7,104. 

0409 Field Inspection Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0409 Field Inspection Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0410 Permit Clerk 1 5,856. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 3 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 4 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,144. 

0827 Head Stenographer 2 5,856. 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 2 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 2 5,064. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



ADMINISTRATION— 4301— Continued 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 2$ 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,380. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

0734 Information Representative II 1 6,768. 

0734 Information Representative II 1 5,856. 

0733 Information Representative I 1 5,580. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 2,806. 

~82 481,662. 

MULTIPLE DWELLING UNIT 
REGISTRATION— 4305 

2344 Survey Inspector 1 5,956. 

1666 Title Expert 1 6,144. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,264. 

0614 Keypunch Operator 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 331 . 

'~7 32,447. 

EXAMINATION OF PLANS— 4312 

5424 Supervising Architect 1 11,040. 

5475 Chief Plan Examiner 1 9,528. 

5476 Assistant Chief Plan Examiner # 1 8,232. 

5479 Assistant Architectural Plan Examiner # . . . . 1 7,464. 

5403 Architect III 2 7,464. 

5402 Architect II 1 6,768. 

5401 Architect I 1 6,144. 

5619 Structural Engineer III 1 7,104. 

5619 Structural Engineer III 1 7,464. 

5620 Structural Engineer IV 1 7,836. 

1297 Chief Zoning Examiner 1 7,104. 

1295 Assistant Chief Zoning Examiner 1 6,444. 

2184 Ventilation Inspector I 2 7,812. 

2175 Sheet Metal Furnace Inspector 1 7,812. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 731. 

^ 124,223. 

BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTION— 4313 

2119 Chief Building Inspector 1 10,008. 

2117 Assistant Chief Building Inspector 1 8,640. 

2115 Supervising Building Inspector 6 8,160. 

2113 Building Inspector 91 7,260. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE 
INSPECTION— 4313— Continued 

0409 Field Inspection Clerk # 1 $ 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 710. 

106 760,094. 

ELECTRICAL CODE COMPLIANCE 
INSPECTION— 4314 

5152 Electrical Inspector in Charge 1 11,040. 

5155 Assistant Chief Electrical Inspector 1 9,528. 

5153 Supervisor of Electrical Inspections 6 765.00m 

5161 Administrator of Electrical Inspection # 1 9,072. 

5165 Supervisor of Field Inspections 1 7,836. 

5163 Special Investigator of Electrical Inspections # 1 8,640. 

5151 Electrical Inspector 73 735.00m 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 3 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 2 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,972. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,444. 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 3,972. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 284. 

no 868,736. 

ELEVATOR CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTION— 4315 

2139 Chief Elevator Inspector 1 9,528. 

2140 Assistant Chief Elevator Inspector 1 8,232. 

2141 Elevator Engineer 1 7,896. 

2137 Elevator Inspector 25 7,896. 

5150 Supervisor of Field Operations # 1 5,856. 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ELEVATOR CODE COMPLIANCE 
INSPECTION— 4315— Continued 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 $ 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 70. 

~32 241,486. 

HEATING AND VENTILATING CODE 
COMPLIANCE INSPECTION— 4316 

2188 Chief Ventilation Inspector 1 10,008. 

2187 Assistant Chief Ventilation Inspector 1 9,072. 

2185 Supervising Ventilation Inspector 2 8,682. 

2185 Supervising Ventilation Inspector 2 8,682. 

2176 Supervising Sheet Metal Furnace Inspector. . . 1 8,682. 

2191 Hazardous Use Engineer 1 8,232. 

2183 Ventilation Inspector II 6 8,100. 

2184 Ventilation Inspector 1 16 7,926. 

2192 Industrial Engineer 1 7,926. 

2111 Fire Equipment Inspector 1 7,926. 

5481 Warm Air Furnace Plan Examiner 1 8,268. 

2175 Sheet Metal Furnace Inspector 2 8,100. 

2175 Sheet Metal Furnace Inspector 4 7,926. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 2 4,824. 

"44 344,034. 

HOUSING CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTION— 4317 

2349 Chief Housing Inspector 1 9,528. 

2347 Assistant Chief Housing Inspector 1 7,564. 

2345 Supervising Housing Inspector 3 7,132. 

2346 Supervising Survey Inspector # 7 7,132. 

2343 Housing Inspector 27 5,956. 

2344 Survey Inspector # 23 5,956. 

~62 386,212. 

PLUMBING CODE COMPLIANCE 
INSPECTION— 4318 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments -0- 

^ 8,796. 

COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT ACTION— 4319 

2133 Chief of Compliance 1 8,232. 

2131 Assistant Chief of Compliance 1 6,144. 

2343 Housing Inspector 1 5,956. 

2344 Survey Inspector 1 5,956. 

0409 Field Inspection Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT 
ACTION— 4319— Continued 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 $ 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 17. 

H 56,281. 

ZONING INSPECTION— 4320 

9654 Zoning Administrator 1 14,784. 

1299 Assistant Zoning Administrator 1 13,404. 

1287 Zoning Inspector # 9 6,144. 

1293 Zoning Examiner 1 4,824. 

0409 Field Inspection Clerk # 2 6,144. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,596. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

"17 115,332. 

ARCHITECTURAL AND STRUCTURAL IRON 
INSPECTION— 4322 

2168 Chief Iron Inspector 1 9,072. 

2166 Structural Iron Inspector 5 7,260. 

2164 Architectural Iron Inspector 5 7,260. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,176. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 136. 

12 85,984. 

TASK FORCE INSPECTION— 4326 

2346 Supervising Survey Inspector 1 7,132. 

2343 Housing Inspector 7 5,956. 

2344 Survey Inspector 9 5,956. 

5151 Electrical Inspector 11 8,820. 

2113 Building Inspector 11 7,260. 

0733 Information Representative I 1 4,824. 

0420 Court Record Custodian 1 6,768. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 130. 



42 295,854. 
543 $ 3,801,141. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 111/2 months 



by: 

Commissioner of Buildings 1 

Assistant Commissioner of Buildings 1 

Deputy Commissioner of Buildings 1 

Assistant to Commissioner of Buildings 1 



1500 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate — Continued 

Supervising Architect 1 

Assistant to Commissioner of Buildings 1 

Assistant Commissioner of Buildings 1 

Chief of Inspections 4 

Assistant Chief of Inspections 1 

Chief of Compliance 1 

Assistant Chief of Compliance 1 

Zoning Administrator 1 

Assistant Zoning Administrator 1 

Zoning Inspector 9 

Zoning Examiner 1 

Chief Building Inspector 1 

Assistant Chief Building Inspector 1 

Supervising Building Inspector 6 

Building Inspector 97 

Chief Iron Inspector 1 

Structural Iron Inspector 4 

Architectural Iron Inspector 5 

Chief Electrical Inspector 1 

Assistant Chief Electrical Inspector 1 

Supervisor of Electrical Inspections 4 

- Administrator of Electrical Inspections 1 

Supervisor of Field Inspections 1 

Special Investigator of Electrical Inspections. . 1 

Electrical Inspector 15 

Electrical Inspector 2 

Chief Elevator Inspector 1 

Assistant Chief Elevator Inspector 1 

Elevator Engineer 1 

Chief Ventilation Inspector 1 ' 

Assistant Chief Ventilation Inspector 1 

Supervising Ventilation Inspector 2 

Supervising Sheet Metal Furnace Inspector. . . 1 

Ventilation Inspector I 1 

Chief Housing Inspector 1 

Housing Inspector 2 

Chief Plumbing Inspector 1 

Supervising Plumbing Inspector 2 

Plumbing Inspector in Charge 4 

Plumbing Inspector 31 

Chief Plan Examiner 1 

Field Inspection Clerk 1 

Supervising Ventilation Inspector 2 

Assistant Chief Plan Examiner 1 

Assistant Chief Housing Inspector 2 

Total 224 $ 115,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1501 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Buildings — Continued 

RAT CONTROL REVOLVING FUND 

The Rat Control Revolving Fund is established for the purpose of providing 
means for the control and extermination of rats in private buildings, the 
expense of which is to be reimbursed by private persons properly chargeable 
therefor. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limita- 
tions of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the 
conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

The charges for which reimbursement is to be made shall include all direct costs 
chargeable to each project plus twelve percent to cover indirect or overhead 
costs of the department and general costs of the City government. 

Expenditures from this account are authorized for material and supplies, labor, 
services and other expense that will be properly chargeable to the projects 
for which reimbursement is to be made. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT FOR THE INSPECTION OF STEAM BOILERS, UNFIRED PRESSURE 

VESSELS AND REFRIGERATION 

The department enforces the provisions of the Municipal Code relating to steam boilers and unfired pres- 
sure vessels, refrigerating systems, and to steam boiler erectors and repairers. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on PajToll $ 502,890. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 772. 

*4410.000 For Personal Services 503,662. 

.125 Office and Building Services 7,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 3,000 . 

*4410.100 For Contractual Services 10,500. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 10,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 4,000 . 

*4410.200 For Travel 14,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 1,000. 

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*4410.300 For Commodities 5,000. 

*44 10.700 For Contingencies 250. 



*Total for Steam Boiler and Refrigeration 

Inspection $ 533,412 . 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Codo Positions No. Rate 



ADMINISTRATION— 4411 

9631 Chief Inspector of Steam Boilers and 

Cooling Plants 1 $ 11,040. 

2101 Supervising Mechanical Engineer and Chief 

Deputy Inspector # 1 10,008. 

2105 Boiler Inspector (255d) 1 33.20d 

2136 Supervising Cooling Plant Inspector 2 9,672. 

2135 Cooling Plant Inspector (255d) 2 31.60d 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,600. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 



1504 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department for the Inspection of Steam Boilers, Unfired Pressure Vessels and 

Refrigeration — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



tode_ Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 44 1 1— Continued 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 $ 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3 432. 

0834 Typist 1 ^^qoo] 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 772. 

^26 141,766. 

BOILER INSPECTION— 4412 

2105 Boiler Inspector (255d) 18 33.20d 

~18 152,388. 

REFRIGERATION INSPECTION— 4413 

2135 Cooling Plant Inspector (255d) 26 31.60d 

^26 209,508 . 
70 $ 503,662. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11% months 
by: 

Supervising Mechanical Engineer and 



Chief Deputy Inspector i 

Supervising Cooling Plant Inspector 2 

Boiler Inspector 8 

Cooling Plant Inspector 12 

Boiler Inspector 1 



24 $ 10,000. 



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DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

The function of the department is the testing and proving of all weights, measures, scales, meters, and 
other weighing and measuring devices and of gas supplied by public utilities, provided for m the City Code. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 295,488. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 337 . 

*4510.000 For Personal Services 295,825. 

.125 Office and Building Services 100. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 800. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 300. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 900. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 50. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 40. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 12,500. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 200. 

.186 Telephone 

*451 0.100 For Contractual Services 15,150. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 4,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,200. 

.270 Local Transportation 600 . 

»4510.200 For Travel 5,800. 

.340 Material and Supplies 2,500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 5,000. 

•^4510.300 For Commodities 7,500. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,500. 

.445 Technical and Scientific Equipment 500. 

.450 Vehicles 2,200. 

»4510.400 For Equipment 4,200. 

*4510.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*451 0.801 For Installation of Water Service 

to Calibration Plant 2,300. 

*Total for Department of Weights and 

Measures $ 331,275. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 



ADMINISTRATION— 4511 

9635 Inspector of Weights and Measures 1 $ 11,040. 

2457 Chief Deputy Inspector of Weights and 

Measures 1 $ 8,640. 

0741 Public Information Assistant I 1 4,824. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 6,144. 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Weights and Measures — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION 4511— Continued 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1$ 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,380. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 176. 

""T 44,300. 

CALIBRATING UTILITIES MEASURING 
DEVICES— 4512 

2405 Electric Instrument Inspector 1 7,020. 

2436 Chief Gas Tester 1 6^44. 

2434 Gas Tester 1 5,064. 

2434 Gas Tester 1 5^064. 

2425 Gas Meter Inspector (255d) 5 31.60d 

"~9 63,582'. 

TESTING MERCHANTS WEIGHING AND 
MEASURING DEVICES— 4514 

2455 Supervising Deputy Inspector of 

Weights and Measures 1 7,464. 

2453 Deputy Inspector of Weights and Measures.. 13 5,184. 

2453 Deputy Inspector of Weights and Measures.. 10 4,638. 



24 121,236. 



INVESTIGATING MERCHANTS COMMODITY 
SALES PRACTICES— 4516 

2455 Supervising Deputy Inspector of 

Weights and Measures 2 7 464. 

2453 Deputy Inspector of Weights and Measures. . 5 5,184. 

2453 Deputy Inspector of Weights and Measures.. 3 4,638. 

2415 Female Shopper 2 4,176. 

2415 Female Shopper 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 161. 



U 66,707. 
53 $ 295,825. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed IIV2 months 
by: 

Inspector of Weights and Measures 1 

Chief Deputy Inspector of Weights and 

Measures 1 

Supervising Deputy Inspector of Weights 

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Deputy Inspector of Weights and Measures .... 5 
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9 $ 4,000. 



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1511 



100-Corporate Funa 

DEPARTMENT OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL 

It is the function of the department to carry into execution the laws and provisions of the Municipal Code 
relating to smoke prevention and abatement, the installation, reconstruction, alterations, and repair of fuel- 
burning equipment, and the standards, rules and regulations governing smoke prevention and abatement. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 466,820. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,489. 

*4610.000 For Personal Services 468,309. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,500. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Surveys 15,000. 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 2,500. 

.186 Telephone 1,000. 

*4610.100 For Contractual Services 20,000. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis 2,500. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — fiat rate 2,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 750. 

.270 Local Transportation 3,500. 

M610.200 For Travel 8/750. 

.340 Material and Supplies 600. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical 

Material and Supplies 2,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 6,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,500. 

*4610.300 For Commodities n^'ioo. 

*Total for Department of Air Pollution 

Control $ 508,159. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions 

ADMINISTRATION— 4611 

9625 Director of Air Pollution Control 1 $ 12,500. 

2015 Assistant Director of Air Pollution Control. . . 1 10,008. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 ^[nQ_ 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5^530. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 ^[qq^^ 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4^596.' 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4 824. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 354. 

~9 ~ 57,146. 



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1 00 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Air Pollution Control — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

CONTROLLING FUEL AND REFUSE BURNING 
EQUIPMENT— 4 6 1 4 

5513 Chemical Engineer III 1 $ 6,768. 

2007 Combustion Engineer II (255d) 5 34.40d 

2007 Combustion Engineer II (255d) 1 34.40d 

2006 Combustion Engineer I (255d) 21 31.60d 

2006 Combustion Engineer I (255d) 5 31.60d 

2005 Smoke Inspector # 13 4,380. 

2005 Smoke Inspector 3 4,176. 

2001 Air Pollution Control Inspector 2 4,380. 

2001 Air Pollution Control Inspector 1 3,972. 

2001 Air Pollution Control Inspector 1 4,176. 

2001 Air Pollution Control Inspector 3 3,780. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 762. 

^ 380,274. 



CONDUCTING RESEARCH ON AIR POLLUTION 
CONTROL— 4618 

2007 Combustion Engineer II (255d) 1 

6051 Mechanical Engineer I 1 

6051 Mechanical Engineer I 1 

5523 Chemist III 1 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 

~5 ~ 
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Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months 
by: 

Combustion Engineer II 2 

Combustion Engineer I 2 

Other Combustion Engineers and Air Pollu- 
; tion Control Inspectors investigating com- 
plaints at .08c per mile 

~~4 $ 4,500. 



34.40d 
6,144. 
5,856. 
6,144. 
3,600. 
373. 
30,889. 
468,309. 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 

(See Vehicle Tax Fund, Motor Fuel Tax Fund and Bond Funds for other appropriations.) 

The Commissioner has supervision of the construction, improvement and maintenance of public ways and 
the lighting thereof; the cleaning of public ways and removal of garbage, refuse and waste. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 261,530. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,582 . 

*5 110.000 For Personal Services 263,112. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 4,500. 

.150 Publications 100. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 7,500. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 100. 

.186 Telephone 300. 

*5110.100 For Contractual Services 14,500. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 8,040. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 200. 

*5110.200 For Travel 9,240. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 8,000. 

»5110.300 For Commodities 8,000. 

*5110.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*Total for Commissioner's Office $ 295,352. 



The following employes, as needed, are authorized to be employed for general administrative service of 
the Department of Streets and Sanitation: 

Expenditures under this authority shall be paid not to exceed fifty per-cent from the Corporate Fund, and 
not to exceed fifty per-cent from the Vehicle Tax Fund, and also be paid from Motor Fuel Tax allotments and 
other City Funds for amounts properly chargeable therefor; such distribution being made on the general basis 
of charging the respective funds for the pro-rata share of general administrative expense. 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 511 1 

9675 Commissioner of Streets and Sanitation 1 $ 20,500. 

8277 Deputy Commissioner of Streets and Sanita- 
tion 1 15,528. 

5905 Administrative Engineer of Streets 

and Sanitation 1 11,040. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 10,008. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 9,528. 

0802 Administrative Assistant II 1 6,444. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 1 8,232. 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 1 6,768. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk # 1 7,836. 

0423 Head Clerk . .• . 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # .> 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1515 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 $ 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk I 2 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk I 1 5,064. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,416. 

~I9 141,940. 

Accounting Section 

0310 Assistant to Commissioner of Streets 

and Sanitation 1 10,008. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 7,836. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk # 1 7,836. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 5,580. 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk I 1 5,064. 

0121 Head Accountant # 1 6,144. 

0111 Cost Accountant 2 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

. 0407 Senior File Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0461 Messenger Clerk 1 2,688. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 5,856. 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 1 5,580. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 479. 

^ 139,691. 

Driveway Section 

6273 Associate City Traffic Engineer 1 9,528. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 7,104. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 326. 

~6 34,046. 



1516 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 
Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

PAYROLL SECTION 

0165 Supervisor of Payroll and Assignment 1 $ 7,836. 

0164 Supervising Timekeeper 8 7,524. 

0160 Principal Timekeeper 6 6,018. 

0621 Senior Timekeeper 1 4,176. 

0161 Timekeeper 2 5,064. 

0161 Timekeeper 1 4,596. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3.780. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer # 1 4,824. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 943. 

^ 209,587. 

For Personal Services, Salaries and Wages 
of the foregoing positions chargeable to 

the Corporate Fund 263,112. 

$ 525,264. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed IIV2 months 
by: 

Commissioner of Streets and Sanitation 1 

Deputy Commissioner of Streets and 

Sanitation 1 

Assistant to Commissioner of Streets and 

Sanitation 1 

Administrative Engineer of Streets and 

Sanitation 1 

Civil Engineer V 1 

Mechanical Engineer III 1 

Administrative Assistant III 2 

Associate City Traffic Engineer 1 

Supervisor of Payrolls and Assignments 1 

Supervising Timekeeper 7 

17 $ 8,040. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1517 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF STREETS 

(See Vehicle Tax Fund, Motor Fuel Tax Fund and Bond Funds for other appropriations.) 

Amounts 
Ap propriated 

Code 

ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION DIVISION 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 35,000. 

•5210.000 For Personal Services $ 35,000 . 

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT SERVICE— 5610 
Equipment Service Account 

The Equipment Service Account is established for the purpose 
of maintaining, repairing, housing and operatmg rolling 
equipment, such as trucks, tractors, trailers and steam rol- 
lers and such other activities as this account may be equip- 
ped to furnish. + +v,^ 
This account shall be maintained and used subject to the 
conditions and limitations of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of 
the Municipal Code of Chicago and the conditions and 
limitations herein set forth. , u a 
Charges for the use of such rolling equipment shall be made 
on a unit rate per day or other unit as shall be determined 
by the Commissioner of Streets and Sanitation and approved 
by the Comptroller. Such unit rate or other basis of charge 
shall be determined and shall be revised and adjusted from 
time to time on the basis of actual cost for furnishing the use 
of such equipment which cost shall include expense inci- 
dental to the maintenance, housing and operation of such 
rolling equipment and a reasonable and proper charge for 
depreciation. The rates as determined from time to time shall 
be reported to the Committee on Finance of the City Council. 
A complete cost record shall be kept showing the cost of 
maintaining and repairing the rolling equipment, the charges 
for depreciation and the cost of operating such equipment by 
each piece, or by type or group. 
A reserve for depreciation shall be set up for all charges for 
depreciation included in the costs. Amounts equivalent to the 
periodic charges for depreciation shall be transferred from 
the general cash of the Equipment Service Account to a de- 
preciation reserve fund and expended therefrom for the 
replacement of equipment and machinery. 
Expenditures from this account are authorized for all expense 
for material, supplies, fuel, repairs, services and other ex- 
pense and for maintenance of necessary stock, incident to 
the maintenance, housing and operation of rolling and other 

equipment. ■ •, xv. 

Expenditures for salaries and wages are authorized for the 
following employes, at not to exceed the rate or number 
specified, for such period of time as may be necessary; in- 
cluding increments for schedule salary adjustments: 



Code Positions 
ADMINISTRATION— 5611 

7136 Superintendent of Equipment 

6575 General Shop Foreman 

7134 Assistant Superintendent of Equipment. 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 

7145 Field Supervisor 

0103 Accountant III 

0101 Accountant I 

0111 Cost Accountant 



No. 



Rate 



11,040. 
10,512. 
10,512. 

8,232. 

8,232. 

6,444. 

7,464. 

4,596. 

5,856. 



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lOO- Corporate Fund 



Code 

1545 

0163 

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1811 

1811 

0431 

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0625 

0624 

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7187 
7185 
7183 
7183 
7181 
7164 



Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT SERVICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Positions 



No. 



Materials Expediter 

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Head Storekeeper 

Storekeeper # 

Storekeeper 

Head Equipment Cost Analyst #. 

Head Equipment Cost Analyst #. 

Engineering Draftsman I 

Mechanical Records Clerk II 

Mechanical Records Clerk II 

Mechanical Records Clerk I 

Head Clerk 

Principal Clerk 

Principal Clerk 

Senior Clerk 

Senior Clerk # 

Senior Clerk # 

Senior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Junior Clerk 

Senior Stenographer # 

Junior Stenographer 

Telephone Operator 

Telephone Operator 



ROLLING STOCK OPERATION— 5612 

Steam Roller Engineer in Charge # i 

Steam Roller Engineer — when operating 
tractors, tractor shovels, bulldozers, air 
compressors, power scarifiers, grade roll- 
ers, cranes, resurfacing machines, road 
rollers or sweepers for street repair, pav- 
ing mixers or other types of equipment, 
at established rates 

Steam Roller Engineer Apprentice 

Equipment Dispatcher . 

General Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers .... 

Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers 

Motor Truck Driver (Operating Sweeper) 

Motor Truck Driver 

Motor Truck Driver Helper 

Garage Attendant # 5 



Rate 



6,768. 

7,104. 

8,640. 

5,472. 

6,120. 

6,144. 

6,768. 

5,064. 

5,856. 

5,856. 

5,064. 

5,064. 

4,176. 

4,176. 
5,064. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
5,316. 
4,380. 
4,176. 
3,108. 
4,824. 
3,600. 
3,972. 
3,432. 



8,634. 



23.20d 
23.20d 
31.20d 
24.80d 
24.80d 
23.20d 
20.80d 
20.80d 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1519 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT SERVICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Coda Positions No. Rate 

ROLLING STOCK MAINTENANCE 
AND REPAIR— 5614 

6680 General Foreman of Machinists 1 $ 9,612. 

6674 Machinist (Sub-Foreman) 1 9,048. 

6674 Machinist 32.00d 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 716.00m 

6609 General Foreman of Blacksmiths 1 9,462. 

6607 Foreman of Blacksmiths 1 9,204. 

6605 Blacksmith 33.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper 32.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper # 32.20d 

4856 Foreman of Sheet Metal Workers 33.60d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (Sub-Foreman) 32.60d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker 31.60d 

4658 Foreman of Sign Painters 1 706.50m 

4656 Sign Painter (Sub-Foreman) 31.60d 

4656 Sign Painter 30.60d 

4634 Painter 28.80d 

4301 Carpenter (Sub-Foreman) 32.00d 

4301 Carpenter ■ • SO.OOd 

4851 Radiator Repairman 31.60d 

4774 Steamfitter 31.60d 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 4 8,580. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 4 mo. 715.00m 

7674 Steam Roller Engineer, on Maintenance of 
Equipment December 1st to March 31st 

at 26.40d 

and from April 1st to November 30th at 30.00d 

6786 Foreman of Tire Repairmen 1 25.84d 

1506 Tire Inspector 1 6,756. 

1506 Tire Inspector 1 6,348. 

6784 Tire Repairman 22.80d 

7107 Automotive Parts Man 1 5,580. 

9405 Washer and Greaser 20.80d 

8215 Broom Maker 20.80d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers 29.40d 

9534 Laborer 22.08d 

1813 Senior Storekeeper 4 5,316. 

1805 Stock Handler 4,254. 

4223 Janitor 4,914. 



1520 



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December 8, 1959 



Coda 

4265 
4265 



6755 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation— Continued 
BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT SERVICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Positions 



No. 



Rate 



Watchman 
Watchman 



343.50m 
15.84d 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months 
by: 

Superintendent of Equipment 

Mechanical Engineer III 

Field Supervisor 

Assistant Superintendent of Equipment 

Steam Roller Engineer in Charge 

General Foreman of Machinists 

General Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers 

Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 

General Shop Foreman 

Tire Inspector 



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December 8. 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 1523 

100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION 

BUREAU OF SANITATION 

The function of the Bureau of Sanitation is to collect and dispose of refuse. It maintains streets and appur- 
tenances thereto in a clean and usable order. 

Amounts 
Appropriat ed 

Code ■ — 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $17,668,306. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 8,738. 

Overtime at established rates for Section 
Foremen, Clerks at ward yards, Motor 
Truck Drivers, and Dump Foremen, 

.020 when required 

"5310.000 For Personal Services 17,677,044. 

.125 Office and Building Services 4,500. 

.128 Fees and Services 450,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 9,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Surveys 

.150 Publications 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 38,800. 

.158 Rental of Equipment and Services — 

City Owned 4,633,624. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services— 

(Uniforms) 12,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 45,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 100,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 200. 

.174 Hauling 275,000. 

.175 Transportation Charges 200,000. 

.182 Heat and Power (Public) 74,000. 

.186 Telephone 35,000 . 

*5310.100 For Contractual Services 5,878,624. 



.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 70,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 2,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 96^000 - 

*5310.200 For Travel 168,000. 



Fuel: 

.312 Coal 12,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 70,000. 

.320 Gasoline 2,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 263,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 15,000. 

"5310.300 For Commodities 362,000. 

.422 Office Machines 3,000. 

.424 Furniture 4,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,000. 

.450 Vehicles 4,000 . 

*5310.400 For Equipment 12,000. 



1524 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation— Continwed 
BUREAU OF SANITATION— Continued 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



*5310.700 For Contingencies $ 10,000. 

*5313*** For Rodent Control 200,000. 

*5314.*** For Dead Animal Removal 42,000. 

*5315*** For Weed Control 125,000. 

*Total for Bureau of Sanitation $24,474,668. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code , Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 5311 

8277 Deputy Commissioner of Streets 

and Sanitation 1 $ 15,528 

8179 General Superintendent of Sanitation i 13 404. 

8272 Deputy General Superintendent 

of Sanitation 1 10,008. 

6060 Chief Engineer of Sanitation # 1 11,040. 

8177 Assistant General Superintendent of 

Sanitation 3 9,528 

7144 Field Dispatcher 1 5,064. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 6,444. 

8155 Sanitation Survey Analyst 2 6,528. 

5951 Safety Engineer I 1 5,580. 

8158 Ordinance Enforcement Officer 1 6,444. 

8157 Assistant Ordinance Enforcement Officer 1 5,580. 

0103 Accountant III 1 g 444. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 s'sso. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5^'o64. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4^596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4476. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3 264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,108. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,780. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3 730. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 4,380. 

1738 Service Statistical Clerk # 2 6,504. 

Overtime at established rates for Clerks 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 3,353. 

~37 228,197. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF SANITATION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

COMMUNITY ACTIVITY— 5312 
0705 Executive Director Citizens Clean-Up 

Committee 1 $ 11,040. 

0749 Neighborhood and Community Coordinator .. . 1 9,072. 

0749 Neighborhood and Community Coordinator .. . 3 8,232. 

0749 Neighborhood and Community Coordinator... 2 6,444. 

0749 Neighborhood and Community Coordinator .. . 1 6,144. 

0749 Neighborhood and Community Coordinator... 5 5,856. 

0749 Neighborhood and Community Coordinator. . . 1 4,596. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,444. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 114- 

16 109,590. 

PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE— 5316 

8196 Superintendent of Street Cleaning 1 11,592. 

8194 Assistant Superintendent of Street Cleaning # 3 7,836. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

7124 Equipment Dispatcher (255d) 2 23.20d 

9534 Laborer — (as street cleaner) (110,208d) 20.00d 

Overtime for Motor Truck Drivers when 
making long hauls to dumps 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 78. 

2,260,134. 

REFUSE COLLECTION— 5317 

8175 Division Superintendent 3 9,528. 

8175 Division Superintendent 1 9,072. 

8175 Division Superintendent 1 8,232. 

8173 Ward Superintendent 30 8,640. 

8173 Ward Superintendent 9 8,232. 

8173 Ward Superintendent 2 7,836. 

8173 Ward Superintendent 4 7,464. 

5165 Supervising Field Inspector # 1 7,464. 

5165 Supervising Field Inspector 1 5,064. 

7145 Field Supervisor 3 6,768. 

7145 Field Supervisor 2 6,144. 

8171 Section Foreman 200 5,946. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 3,780. 

0403 Senior Clerk 8 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 9 4,380. 



1526 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 



Code 



Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF SANITATION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Positions No. Rate 



0401 Junior Clerk # 1 $ 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,432. 

Overtime at established rates for Section 
Foremen for work over 8 hours in one day 

and for Clerks at ward yards 65,000. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 4^32. 

299 1,906,932. 

7126 Chief Equipment Dispatcher (271d) 27.00d 

7124 Equipment Dispatcher (2,164d) 23.20d 

7187 General Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers . . . .(270d) 31.20d 

7185 Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers (4,599d) 24.80d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (lll,156d)23.20d 

9534 Laborer (as truck loader) # (372,798d)22.50d 

Overtime for Motor Truck Drivers when 

making long hauls to dumps 

11,146,775. 

REFUSE DISPOSAL BY LANDFILL— 5318 

8125 Superintendent of Dumps and Incineration. . . 1 11,040. 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 1 7,104. 

0421 Principal Clerk 4^ 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,108. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments ^^8 . 

10 51,012. 

Dump Section 

8116 General Foreman of Dumps 1 6,444. 

8114 Dump Foreman 12 6,084. 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (18,365d) 23.20d 

9534 Laborer (as truck loader) # (3,710d) 22.50d 

9541 Dump Laborer # (13,250d) 20.00d 

4265 Watchman 6 4,122. 

Overtime for Dump Foremen ~Q" 

878,727. 



REFUSE DISPOSAL BY INCINERATOR 
Medill Incinerator — 5321 
7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 



11,382. 



5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1527 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF SANITATION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


Positions 


No. 


Rate 


5035 




7 $ 


716.00m 


7743 


Operating Engineer, Group A 


4 


8,580. 


5523 


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1 


6,768. 


7775 




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25.44d 


8114 


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1 


6,084. 


7183 


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(l,875d) 


23.20d 


9534 


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22.50d 


9495 


Weighmaster 


2 


5,064. 


1811 


Storekeeper 


1 


4,938. 


0491 


Junior Clerk 


1 


3,108. 


0401 


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1 


3,600. 




Overtime at established rates for 








Weighmaster and Storekeeper 




1,000. 




Schedule Salary Adjustments 




78. 








514,226. 




Calumet Incinerator — 5322 






7747 




1 


11,382. 


7745 


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1 


9,378. 


5040 


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1 


802.50m 


5035 




10 


716.00m 


7743 


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4 


8,580. 


7775 


Stationary Fireman 


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25.44d 


8114 


Dump Foreman 


1 


6,084. 


7183 


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(l,875d) 


23.20d 



9534 Laborer (Incinerator) # (6,864d) 22.50d 

3 5,064. 

1 4,938. 

1 3,972. 

1 3,108. 

1,000. 

155 . 

581,451. 
" $17,677,044. 



9495 Weighmaster 

1811 Storekeeper 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

Overtime at established rates for 
Weighmaster and Storekeeper . 

Schedule Salary Adjustments . . . 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed IIV2 months 
by: 

General Superintendent of Sanitation 1 

Deputy General Superintendent of Sanitation. 1 

Supervising Field Inspector 2 

Superintendent of Street Cleaning 1 

Superintendent of Dumps and Incineration. . . 1 

Division Superintendent 5 

Ward Superintendent 45 

Deputy Commissioner 1 

Field Supervisor 5 

Chief Equipment Dispatcher 1 

Chief Engineer of Sanitation 1 

Chemist III 1 



1528 



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December 8, 1959 



100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF SANITATION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



Assistant General Superintendent of Sanita- 
tion 3 

Executive Director, Citizens Clean-Up 

Committee 1 

Neighborhood and Community Coordinator. . . 10 

Mechanical Engineer III 1 

General Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers 1 

Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers 1 

82 $ 70,000. 



For reimbursement to Section Foremen for 
transportation expense at not to exceed 
$40.00 per month 

$ 96,000. 



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December 8, 1959 
100-Corporate Fund 



DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION 

BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY 

(See Vehicle Tax Fund, Motor Fuel Tax Fund and Bond Funds for other appropriations.) 
The Bureau maintains and operates the street lighting system, the fire alarm and police telegraph system, 
and the traffic control signals. 

Expense for maintenance of street lights chargeable to Motor Fuel Tax Fund to be reimbursed to 
Corporate Fund. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 3,475,582. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1.460 . 

•5410.000 For Personal Services 3,477,042 



.125 


Office and Building Services 


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.130 


Professional and Technical Services: 


2,500. 


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200. 


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500. 


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500. 


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200. 


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8,000. 


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Repair or Maintenance of Property 


5,000. 


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Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 


2,000. 


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Repair or Maintenance of Equipment .... 


25,000. 


.162 


Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 


44,000. 






.163 


Restoration of Street Openings 


500. 


.166 




200. 


.169 




300. 


.182 




1,503,000. 


.186 




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.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 100,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 3,000. 

*5410.200 For Travel 104,000. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 15>000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 3,000. 

.318 Other 2,000. 

.320 Gasoline 2,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 734,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 1,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 10,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 18,000. 



.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 



$10.00) 15,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 20,000. 

*54 10.300 For Commodities 820.000 . 

♦Total for Bureau of Electricity $ 6,973,042. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1533 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Coda Positions No. Raie 

ADMINISTRATION— 5411 

8277 Deputy Commissioner of Streets and 

Sanitation 1 $ 15,528. 

5048 General Superintendent of Electricity 1 11,040. 

5848 Superintendent of Construction # 1 12,168. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,580. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 276. 

4 44,592. 



OVERHAUL AND REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL 
FACILITIES— 5414 

5847 Assistant Superintendent of Construction #.. 2 843.00m 



5007 Assistant Electrical Engineer # 2 802.00m 

5085 General Foreman of Linemen 5 795.00m 

5083 Foreman of Linemen (96m) 767.50m 

5081 Lineman (6,630d) 32.48d 

5015 Foreman of Cable Splicers 2 767.50m 

5013 Cable Splicer (l,020d) 32.48d 

5011 Cable Splicer Helper (l,020d) 25.76d 

6674 Machinist (510d) 32.00d 

6607 Foreman of Blacksmiths (255d) 1 35.40d 

6605 Blacksmith (255d) 2 33.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper (25 5d) 3 32.20d 

4401 Bricklayer (255d) 2 32.60d 

4435 Cement Finisher (255d) 2 31.20d 

4301 Carpenter (510d) 30.00d 

4634 Painter (255d) 2 28.80d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 30.00d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (l,785d) 29.40d 

9528 Laborer— B of E # (6,630d) 24.20d 

1809 Order Filler # 4 6,390. 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL 
FACILITIES— 5414— Continued 

0446 Inventory Supervisor # 1 $ 7,224. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 578. 

856,170. 

IN-SERVICE MAINTENANCE OF 
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT— 5416 

5824 Electrical Operating Engineer # 1 911.50m 

5823 Assistant Electrical Operating Engineer # . . . . 2 846.50m 

5007 Assistant Electrical Engineer # 1 802.00m 

5006 Junior Electrical Engineer # 1 658.00m 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 5 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 1 716.00m 

5025 General Foreman of Circuits 1 795.00m 

5022 Electrical Repairer of Circuits in Charge # 2 774.50m 

5021 Electrical Repairer of Circuits 41 702.50m 

5083 Foreman of Linemen (84m) 767.50m 

5081 Lineman (6,885d) 32.48d 

5235 Load Dispatcher 5 705.50m 

5236 Assistant Load Dispatcher # 5 573.50m 

5257 Chief Operator of Sub-Stations 1 689.50m 

5255 Sub-Station Operator 39 552.50m 

5253 Sub-Station Dayman 18 487.00m 

5253 Lineman, Electrical Repairer of Circuits, 

Lamp Maintenance Man, Sub-Station Op- 
erator, Cable Splicer and Cable Splicer 

Helper as Sub-Station Dayman 487.00m 

5063 Foreman of Lamp Maintenance Men # 1 638.50m 

5064 Assistant Foreman of Lamp 

Maintenance Men # 2 617.50m 

5061 Lamp Maintenance Man (Sub-Foreman) #... 4 573.50m 

5061 Lamp Maintenance Man 92 552.50m 

5071 Lamp Repairer (Sub-Foreman) # 1 598.00m 

5071 Lamp Repairer 5 573.50m 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (255d) 1 31.60d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (255d) (B of E) # 1 29.40d 

9528 Laborer— (B of E) # (l,275d) 24.20d 

9528 Laborer— (B of E) # (2,550d) 24.20d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (l,402d) 23.20d 

5703 Draftsman III 1 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 528. 

$ 2,081,159. 



December 8, 1959 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



1535 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Coda Positions No. Rate 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 

automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months, 

except as otherwise noted, by: 
Deputy Commissioner of Streets and 

Sanitation 1 

Superintendent of Construction 1 

Electrical Operating Engineer 1 

Assistant Superintendent of Construction 1 

Assistant Electrical Engineer 3 

Assistant Electrical Operating Engineer 2 

Chief Operator of Sub-Stations 1 

Foreman of Lamp Maintenance Men 1 

Assistant Foreman of Lamp Maintenance Men . 2 

Electrical Repairer of Circuits in Charge 2 

General Foreman of Linemen (12 months) .... 5 

Lamp Maintenance Man — Sub -Foreman 3 

Lamp Maintenance Man — on patrol duty 29 

General Superintendent of Electricity 1 

General Foreman of Circuits 1 

Foreman of Cable Splicers (12 months) 2 

Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 

Electrical Repairer of Circuits 21 

Electrical Mechanic 4 

Subway Section: 

Lamp Maintenance Man-Sub- 
Foreman (12 months) 1 

Lamp Maintenance Man (12 months) 9 

92 $ 70,000. 



1536 



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December 8, 1959 
lOO-Corporate Fund 



Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

MAINTENANCE OF FIRE ALARM AND 
POLICE TELEGRAPH SYSTEMS— 5418 

5053 Chief of Fire Alarm Wires 1 $ 911.50m 

5051 Assistant Chief of Fire Alarm Wires 1 802.00m 

5052 Assistant to Chief of Fire Alarm Wires 1 785.00m 

6676 Foreman of Machinists # 1 9,570. 

6674 Machinists (l,530d) 32,00d 

5094 Telegraph Repairer in Charge # 5 774.50m 

5093 Telegraph Repairer 28 702.50m 

5091 Assistant Telegraph Repairer 7 621.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 4 716.00m 

5083 Foreman of Linemen 767.50m 

5081 Lineman 32.48d 

5013 Cable Splicer 32.48d 

5011 Cable Splicer Helper 25.76d 

5005 Batteryman 3 552.50m 

9528 Laborer— B of E # (255d) 24.20d 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

Vacation relief for Electrical Mechanics 2,614. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 78. 

495, 12f . 
$ 3,477,042. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 V2 months 



except as otherwise noted, by: 

Chief of Fire Alarm Wires 1 

Foreman of Machinists 1 

Assistant Chief of Fire Alarm Wires 1 

Assistant to Chief of Fire Alarm Wires 1 

Telegraph Repairer in Charge 5 

Batteryman 1 

Telegraph Repairer 27 



37 $ 30,000. 



4 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1537 



140-Electrical Construction Capital Account 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

The Electrical Construction Capital Account 
is established for the purpose of construct- 
ing, maintaining and repairing street 
lighting and other public electric facilities, 
and for the purpose of purchasing and 
maintaining a stock of material and sup- 

• plies in connection therewith, the expense 

' of which is to be reimbursed from ap- 

propriations of City funds, from funds of 
other governmental agencies or by private 
persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used 
subject to the conditions and limitations of 
Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of the Municipal 
Code of Chicago and the conditions and 
limitations herein set forth. 

Charges shall be based on the total cost of 
furnishing material and services, including 
for incidental and overhead expense, not to 
exceed the following percentages: Twenty 
per cent of the direct labor charges and 
seven per cent of the material and other 
charges; provided that charges for the use 
of trucks, compressors, mixers and other 
rolling and mechanical equipment shall be 
made on a unit rate per day or other unit 
as shall be determined by the Commis- 
sioner of Streets and Sanitation and ap- 
proved by the Comptroller. Such unit rate 
or other basis of charge shall be de- 
termined and shall be adjusted from time 
to time on the basis of actual cost for 
furnishing the use of such equipment, 
which cost shall include expense incidental 
to the maintenance, housing and opera- 
tion of such rolling and mechanical equip- 
ment and an appropriate charge for de- 
preciation. The rates as determined from 
time to time shall be reported to the Com- 
mittee on Finance of the City Council. 

A reserve for depreciation shall be set up for 
all charges for depreciation included in 
the costs. Amounts equivalent to the 
periodic charges for depreciation shall be 
transferred from the general cash of the 
Electrical Construction Capital Account 
to a depreciation reserve fund and expend- 
ed therefrom for the replacement of roll- 
ing and mechanical equipment. 

Expenditures are authorized to be made for 
material and supplies for hire of trucks 
and other equipment and for other services 



1538 



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December 8, 1959 



140 -Electrical Construction Capital Account 



Department of Streets and Sanitation — -Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL ACCOUNT— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

and items entering into or becoming a part 
of the cost of the job. 

Expenditures are authorized to be made for 
the purchase of material and supplies, and 
for freight or other transportation charges 
on material and supplies received, and for 
charges and expense for maintaining a 
stock of material and supplies. 

Expenditures are authorized for the pay- 
ment of salaries and wages for employes 
authorized under appropriations for the 
Bureau of Electricity when such expendi- 
tures are properly chargeable to the 
Electrical Construction Capital Account 
and are to be reimbursed from appropria- 
tions of City funds, from funds of other 
governmental agencies or by private per- 
sons. 

Expenditures are authorized to be made for 
salaries and wages of the following em- 
ployes for such period of time as may be 
necessary; including increments for sched- 
ule salary adjustments: 

0112 Cost Control Accountant # 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk # 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 

0423 Head Clerk 

0423 Head Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0109 Cost Analyst # 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0447 Assistant Inventory Supervisor # 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0162 Senior Timekeeper 

0161 Timekeeper 

0161 Timekeeper 

0827 Head Stenographer # 

0825 Principal Stenographer 

0825 Principal Stenographer 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 

0823 Senior Stenographer 

0823 Senior Stenographer 

0821 Junior Stenographer 

0821 Junior Stenographer 



1 $ 


6,444. 


1 


6,768. 


1 


6,444. 


1 


6,444. 


1 


5,856. 


1 


5,580. 


1 


5,064. 


2 


5,316. 


1 


5,856. 


1 


5,064. 


1 


4,176. 


1 


6,612. 


1 


4,824. 


8 


3,780. 


1 


3,972. 


1 


6,144. 


3 


5,856. 


3 


5,580. 


1 


5,316. 


1 


3,108. 




348.00m 


1 


3,972. 


4 


3,780. 


1 


5,856. 


1 


5,856. 


1 


4,824. 


1 


4,824. 


1 


3,972. 


1 


3,780. 


1 


3,780. 


2 


3,600. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



140-Electrical Construction Capital Account 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY — Continued 
ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL ACCOUNT— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 $ 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,596. 

1564 Specification Technician II # 2 7,104. 

1563 Specification Technician I 1 4,176. 

1809 Order Filler # 532.50m 

4265 Watchman 15.84d 

4301 Carpenter SO.OOd 

4401 Bricklayer 32.60d 

4435 Cement Finisher 31.20d 

4634 Painter 28.80d 

5846 Electrical Engineer in Charge # 3 911.50m 

5007 Assistant Electrical Engineer 802.00m 

5844 Assistant Electrical Construction Engineer # . . 9 726.50m 

5135 Electrical Construction Inspector 689.50m 

5010 Senior Superintendent and Engineer 1 802.00m 

5009 Superintendent and Engineer # 702.50m 

5811 Electrical Engineer I 2 5,856. 

5811 Electrical Engineer I 2 5,580. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 6,768. 

5006 Junior Electrical Engineer # 658.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 716.00m 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 3 7,104. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 2 6,768. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 3 6,444. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 6,144. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 4 6,444. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 4 6,144. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 3 5,856. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 5,580. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 4,176. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 11 5,856. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 3 5,580. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 4 5,316. 

5781 Electrical Engineering Draftsman III 6,144. 

5782 Electrical Engineering Draftsman II 5,580. 

5783 Electrical Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,580. 

5783 Electrical Engineering Draftsman I 5,064. 

5788 Electrical Draftsman 1 5,580. 

5788 Electrical Draftsman 1 5,316. 

5788 Electrical Draftsman 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 7 4,596. 

5702 Draftsman II : 7 4,380. 

6132 Engineering Aide II ' 4,596. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 4,176. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 4,596. 

5021 Electrical Repairer of Circuits 702.50m 

5093 Telegraph Repairer 702.50m 

5091 Assistant Telegraph Repairer 621.50m 

5013 Cable Splicer 32.48d 

5911 Cable Splicer Helper 488.00m 

5011 Cable Splicer Helper 25.76d 



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140-Electrical Construction Capital Account 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY— Continued 
ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL ACCOUNT— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

5083 Foreman of Linemen $ 767.50m 

5081 Lineman 32.48d 

5082 Lineman Helper # 4 25.76d 

5061 Lamp Maintenance Man 552.50m 

6607 Foreman of Blacksmiths 1 35.40d 

6605 Blacksmith 33.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper 32.20d 

6674 Machinist 32.00d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (B of E) # 29.40d 

9528 Laborer (B of E) 24.20d 

Expenditures are authorized to be made for 
salaries and wages of the following em- 
ployes for such periods of time as may be 
necessary for the maintenance and op- 
eration of trucks, compressors, mixers and 
other rolling and mechanical equipment: 

7175 Superintendent of Garage 1 8,640. 

7124 Equipment Dispatcher 23.20d 

7185 Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers 1 24.80d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver 23.20d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (in Charge) 1 34.80d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (as truck crane operator).. 32.80d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (as high lift operator) 30.80d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer 30.00d 

7631 Hoisting Engineer Apprentice 24.00d 

7775 Stationary Fireman 25.44d 

9405 Washer and Greaser 20.80d 

9534 Laborer 15.84d 

9534 Laborer 12.80d 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 



6755 Expenditures are authorized for payment of 
compensation for the use of personally 
owned outomobiles authorized under ap- 
propriations for the Bureau of Electricity 
when such expenditures are properly 
chargeable to the Electrical Construction 
Capital Account and are to be reimbursed 
from appropriations of City funds, from 
funds of other governmental agencies or 
by private persons. 
Expenditures are authorized to be made for 
compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months, 
by: 

Assistant Electrical Engineers 



Assistant Electrical Construction Engineer ... 2 

Electrical Construction Inspectors 

Senior Superintendent and Engineer 1 

Superintendents and Engineers 

Civil Engineer III 1 

Electrical Engineer in Charge 3 

Junior Electrical Engineers 

Assistant Electrical Construction Engineers. . . . 
Foremen of Linemen 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1541 



135-Electric Service Account = 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRIC WIRING AND REPAIR 
ELECTRIC SERVICE ACCOUNT 

The Electric Service Account is established for the purpose of purchasing 
and maintaining a stock of material and supplies used in the installation, 
maintenance and repair of electrical equipment, appliances and fixtures, 
and for the purpose of furnishing services to install, maintain or repair 
electrical equipment, appliances and fixtures for any department of the City 
government, including subway lighting but exclusive of City street lighting, 
police and fire alarm and other signal systems under the jurisdiction of the 
Department of Streets and Sanitation, the expense of which is to be reim- 
bursed from appropriations of City funds, from funds of other governmental 
agencies or by private persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limi- 
tations of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and 
the conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

Charges shall be based upon the total direct cost plus fifteen per cent of the 
direct labor cost and plus seven per cent of the cost of materials and supplies. 

Expenditures are authorized for the following items and are to be charged as 
overhead expense: 

Office supplies and stationery, minor equipment, tools, instruments and charges 
and expense for maintaining a stock of material and supplies. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 



ADMINISTRATION— 6511 

5045 Superintendent Bureau of Electric Wiring 

and Repair 1 $ 12,768. 

0150 Office Manager 1 6,768. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,144. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

1813 Senior Storekeeper 1 5,568. 

1811 Storekeeper 1- 5,298. 

5811 Electrical Engineer 1 1 5,580. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed IIV2 months 
by: 

Superintendent Bureau of Electric Wiring 

and Repair 1 

Electrical Engineer I or Electrical Mechanic 

when assigned to Supervision 1 



1542 



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December 8, 1959 



135-Electric Service Account 

Department of Streets and Sanitation — Continued 
BUREAU OF ELECTRIC WIRING AND REPAIR— Continued 
ELECTRIC SERVICE ACCOUNT— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION 
AND REPAIR— 6512 

Expenditures are authorized for the follow- 
ing items and are to be charged as direct 
expense: 

Material and supplies, truck and other serv- 
ices, and other direct costs. 



5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics $ 802.50m 

5036 Electrical Mechanic (Sub-Foreman) 34.68d 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 32.48d 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 670.50m 

5039 Electrical Mechanic (Radio) 670.50m 

4301 Carpenter 30.00d 

5081 Lineman 32.48d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver 23.20d 

9528 Laborer— (B of E) # 24.20d 

9534 Laborer 22.88d 

4265 Watchman 15.84d 

4634 Painter 28.80d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer SO.OOd 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 V2 months 
by: 

Foremen of Electrical Mechanics 3 

Electrical Mechanic 2 

Electrical Mechanics, when transporting 

material 



The following employes, as needed, are 
authorized to be employed when requested by 
the head of the department concerned to relieve 
regular employes during vacation period and on 
regular work assignments. Employes so as- 
signed are to be carried on the Electric Service 
Account payroll and are to be charged direct to 
the appropriation account of the department to 
which the men are assigned, including the pro- 
rata charge for vacation time to which em- 
ployes may be entitled by ordinance: 

5035 Electrical Mechanic $ 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 670.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 670.50m 



December 8, 1959 



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December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1545 



100-Corporate Fund = 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS 

The Board of Local Improvements was created under paragraph 84-6 Chapter 24, Illinois Revised 
Statutes for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of the Local Improvement Act, which act provides for 
construction of public improvements by Special Assessment. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 613,612. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 4,957 . 

»5910.000 For Personal Services 618,569. 

.128 Fees and Services 10,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 2,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 2,500. 

.152 Advertising 10,000. 

•5910.100 For Contractual Services 24,500. 

.228 Automobile Allowance— flat rate 13,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 3,500. 

•5910.200 For Travel 16,500. 

.320 Gasoline 800. 

.340 Material and Supplies 5,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 7,500. 

•5910.300 For Commodities 13,300. 

•5910.801 For expense incidental to the construction 

of public improvements 10,000. 



*Total for Board of Local Improvements. . . $ 682,869. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 5911 

9623 President, Board of Local Improvements 1 $ 7,500. 

9624 Vice-President, Board of Local Improvements. 1 4,000. 

9626 Member, Board of Local Improvements 3 4,000. 

0805 Secretary 1 6,144. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,596. 

Administrative and Clerical 

1025 Superintendent of Special Assessments 1 9,528. 

0827 Head Stenographer # . . . • 1 6,444. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 380. 

To 55,656. 



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December 8, 1959 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Board of Local Improvements — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES— 5912 
Administrative and Clerical 

5615 Civil Engineer V 1 $ 11,040. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 7,464. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 8,232. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0834 Typist 1 3,780. 



Designing and Estimating 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 7,104. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 1 5,856. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 1 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 6^444. 

6137 Rodman # 1 5,064. 

Underground and Private Contract 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 8,232. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 1 5,856. 



Drafting 

5721 Engineering Drafstman I 2 5,856. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5^315. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,380. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 616. 

Ts 111,400. 

SUPERVISION OF IMPROVEMENT 
CONSTRUCTION— 5914 
Administrative and Clerical 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 7,464. 

Survey Division 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 8,232. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 7,104. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 1 6,444. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 1 5,856. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 4,824. 

6131 Engineering Aide 1 1 4,380. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,596. 

5701 Draftsman 1 1 3,780. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1547 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Local Improvements — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

Street and Alley Paving 

5613 Civil Engineer III 2 $ 8,232. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 6,144. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 7,104. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 1 5,856. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 1 5,580. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 3 5,580. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 5,580. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 7 4,596. 

8225 Concrete Inspector 2 6,444. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 4,176. 

6137 Rodman # 1 5,064. 

6137 Rodman # 4 4,596. 

6137 Rodman # 1 4,824. 



Sidewalk Division 

5611 Civil Engineer I 1 7,104. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 1 6,768. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 5,580. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 4,596. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 4,596. 

6137 Rodman 1 4,824. 

6137 Rodman # 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 2,399. 

^ 234,119. 



ADMINISTRATION OF SPECIAL 
ASSESSMENTS— 5916 
Administrative and Clerical 

0106 Chief Clerk of Special Assessments 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 

1002 Assessor II 

1002 Assessor II 

1002 Assessor II 

1001 Assessor I 

1001 Assessor I 

0423 Head Clerk # 

0123 Assistant Chief Accountant of Special Assess- 
ments # 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 

0101 Accountant I 1 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 

0834 Typist 1 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 

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7,836. 
7,104. 
7,836. 
6,444. 
6,768. 
6,144. 
5,064. 
5,856. 

6,144. 
5,580. 
5,316. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
5,316. 
3,972. 
5,064. 
4,596. 
4,380. 
3,264. 
640. 
132,628. 



1548 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Board of Local Improvements — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS— 
5916— Continued 
Preparing Assessment Ordinances 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 1 $ 6,444. 

0421 Principal Cleric # 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

Filing Special Assessment Rolls 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,856. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk I 1 4,176. 

0624 Mechanical Records Clerk I 1 4,176. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

Scrapping Special Assessment Rolls 

6131 Engineering Aide I # 3 4,176. 

1664 Title Searcher 1 5,064. 

1664 Title Searcher 2 4,176. 

1660 Special Assessment Clerk 2 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 922. 

"TS 84,766 . 

m $ 618,569. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 Vz months 
by: 

Concrete Inspector 2 

Civil Engineer 7 

Superintendent of Special Assessments 1 

Assessor I 4 

Civil Engineer 7 

Assessor II 1 

~22 $ 13,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1549 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 

The Commissioner of Public Works is in charge of all public places, property and buildings belonging 
to the City the preparation of and execution of plans for subways, superhighways, bridges, street construction 
and reconstruction off-street parking facilities, airport, sewers, waterworks, and other capital improvements. 
Operation of airports, movable bridges and viaducts, recreation facilities; and the maintenance of the basic map 
records of the City are additional functions of the office of the Commissioner. 



Thirty per cent of the amount expended hereunder to be reimbursed from the Water Fund as its propor- 
tionate share of this expense, as per section 7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 



Code Appropriated 



.005 




135,540. 


.015 




1,154. 


.020 






*6110.00O 




136,694. 


.130 




700. 




Professional and Technical Services: 




1 /I ^ 
.14 / 




50,000. 


.150 




5,000. 


.157 


Rental of Equipment and Services 


200. 


.162 


Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 


400. 


.166 




100. 


.176 


Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 








2,200. 


»6110.100 




58,600. 


.240 


Direct Payment to Private Agencies pro- 


300. 




viding Transportation or Related Services 


.245 




1,000. 


»6110.200 




1,300. 


.350 




2,500. 


*6110.300 




2,500. 


•6110.700 




1,000. 



*Total for Commissioner's Office 



$ 200,094. 



1550 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



Decemoer 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works— Continued 
COMMISSIONERS OFFICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Coole_ Positions No. Rate 

9665 Commissioner of Public Works i $ 22,500. 

5935 Deputy Commissioner of Public Works 1 18,876. 

5904 Administrative Engineer of Public Works 1 14,784. 

5909 Assistant Administrative Engineer 1 9,528. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 6,444. 

5654 Engineer of Construction 1 10,008. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 1 8,232. 

5743 Graphic Artist III 1 8,232. 

0102 Accountant II 1 6,768. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 2 4,824. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,154. 



16 $ 136,694. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1551 



100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

The Bureau of Engineering has control of the planning, design and construction of all capital improve- 
ment projects undertaken by the City of Chicago. It also has supervision over the maintenance of bridges. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages of Employes as 

authorized under Engineering Revolv- 
ing Fund $ 17,000 . 

*6210.000 For Fevsonal Services '. . 17,000. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,700. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 25. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 100. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 100. 

.172 Insurance 675. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 400. 

*6210.100 For Contractual Services 3,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 350. 

.270 Local Transportation 50^- 

*6210.200 For Travel 400. 

.340 Material and Supplies 800. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 800^. 

*6210.300 For Commodities 1,600. 

.422 Office Machines 500. 

.424 Furniture 500. 

.450 Vehicles 1,000 . 

*6210.400 For Equipment 2,000. 



*6210.801 Maintenance of Chicago Freight Tunnel . . . 50,000. 



*Total for Bureau of Engineering — General. $ 74,000. 



1552 JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

100 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING— Continued 

Amounts 

Code • Appropriated 



BRIDGE MAINTENANCE 

.005 Salaries and wages of employes author- 
ized under Engineering Revolving Fund. . $ 70,000. 
*6250.000 For Personal Services 70,000. 

.125 Office and Building Services 2,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

.144. Professional and Technical Services 

Engineering 7,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 1,400. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 

(Repairs to Bridges) 250,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 

(Painting of Bridges) 22,000. 



Repair or Maintenance of Property (For 
repair or damages to bridges, viaducts 
or other city property under control of 
Division of Bridges and Viaducts caused 
by others than City Departments. The 
Corporate Fund shall be reimbursed for 
all expense incurred, including 15% for 



supervision) 50,000. 

Repair or Maintenance of Property (For 
repair and maintenance of W. Congress 
Street Bridge, as per agreement between 
the City and State of Illinois. The Cor- 
porate Fund shall be reimbursed by 
warrants for collection for all expense 

incurred) 40,000. 

Repair or Maintenance of Property (Main- 
tenance of navigation lights at fixed 

bridges) 1,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,200. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City owned vehicles 1,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 500. 

.186 Telephone 500. 

*6250.100 For Contractual Services 378,100. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate (as au- 
thorized under Engineering Revolving 

Fund) 3,363. 

*6250.200 For Travel 3,363. 

.340 Material and Supplies 6,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 3,500. 

*6250.300 For Commodities 9,500. 

*Total for Bridge Maintenance $ 460,963. 



''^Total for Bureau of Engineering 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1553 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
ENGINEERING REVOLVING FUND 

The Engineering Revolving Fund is established for the purpose of doing the necessary work in connection 
with the engineering, inspection and supervision of projects under the jurisdiction or supervision of the De- 
partment of Public Works of the City of Chicago, the expense of which is to be reimbursed from appropriations 
of the City Funds, from funds of other governmental agencies or by private persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limitations of Section 7-24.1 to 
7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

Charges shall be based on the total cost of furnishing the services including not to exceed twenty percent for 
overhead and incidental expenses, provided that machinery and other equipment used in the furnishing of 
services shall be charged for at fair rates as established by the department, subject to the approval of the 
Comptroller. 

Expenditures are authorized for all items as may be necessary, as shall enter into or become a part of the 
cost of furnishing the services herein authorized. 

Expenditures for salaries and wages, including increments for schedule salary adjustments, and compen- 
sation for use of personally owned automobiles are limited to such positions, such number of positions, and 
rates of compensation as are specified hereunder. 

Additional compensation of twenty-five cents per hour is authorized to be paid to employes during such 
periods as they may work under compressed air. 

Overtime at established rates is authorized to be paid to employes. 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

5926 Chief Engineer 1 $ 20,820. 

;5924 Assistant Chief Engineer 1 17,124. 

5924 Assistant Chief Engineer 2 15,528. 

5605 Chief Bridge Engineer 1 15,528. 

5603 Assistant Chief Bridge Engineer 1 12,168. 

5601 Bridge Design Engineer 1 10,512. 

5677 Engineer of Structural Design 2 11,592. 

5654 Engineer of Construction 1 10,512. 

5682 Chief Subway and Superhighway Engineer. . . 1 12,168. 

5699 Subway and Superhighway Engineer 1 11,040. 

5699 Subway and Superhighway Engineer 1 10,512. 

5875 Subway and Superhighway Electrical 

Design Engineer 1 9,072. 

5681 Subway and Superhighway Design Engineer. . i 10,512. 

5635 Right-of-Way Engineer 1 11,040. 

1670 Assistant to Right-of-Way Engineer 1 7,464. 

5628 Soils Engineer 1 9,528. 

5683 Testing and Inspection Engineer 1 11,040. 

5631 Record and Estimate Engineer 1 10,008. 

5623 Contract Engineer 1 11,040. 

5952 Safety Engineer II 1 8,232. 

5698 Chief Water Works Engineer 1 11,592. 

5695 Assistant Engineer of Water Works 

Construction # 1 10,512. 

5696 Engineer of Water Works Construction 1 12,768. 

5625 Chief Filtration Design Engineer 1 12,168. 

5665 Chief Sewer Engineer 1 12,768. 

5663 Engineer of Sewer Design 1 10,512. 

5658 Engineer of Sewer Construction 1 11,592. 

5657 Assistant Engineer of Sewer Construction 1 10,008. 

5980 Utilities Engineer 1 11,040. 

5424 Supervising Architect 1 11,040. 

5405 Architect V 2 8,232. 

5404 Architect IV 3 9,072. 

5404 Architect IV 3 7,464. 

5403 , Architect III 1 8,232. 

5403 Architect III 3 7,464. 



1554 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
ENGINEERING REVOLVING FUND— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

5403 Architect III 2 $ 6,768. 

5402 Architect II 2 7,464. 

5402 Architect II 1 7,104. 

5402 Architect II 5 6,144. 

5401 Architect I 2 5,856. 

5401 Architect I 7 5,580. 

6090 Engineer of Bridge Construction 1 11,040. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 2 10,512. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 3 10.008. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 6 10,008. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 6 9,528. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 1 9,072. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 5 8,232. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 1 8,232. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 2 8,232. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 5 9,528. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 30 9,072. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 5 7,464. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 2 8,232. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 7,464. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 9,072. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 3 9,072. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 2 8,640. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 29 8,232. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 4 7,836. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 2 7,836. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 8 7,464. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 8 7,104. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 4 6,768. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 7,836. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 8 7,464. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 14 7,104. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 5 6,768. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 10 6,444. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 11 6,144. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 2 7,104. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 2 6,144. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 25 5,856. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 25 5,580. 

5880 Bridge Electrical Design Engineer 1 10,512. 

5815 Electrical Engineer V 1 10,008. 

5815 Electrical Engineer V 2 9,528. 

5815 Electrical Engineer V 2 8,232. 

5814 Electrical Engineer IV 4 9,072. 

5814 Electrical Engineer IV 1 8,640. 

5814 Electrical Engineer IV 3 7,464. 

5813 Electrical Engineer III 2 8,232. 

5813 Electrical Engineer III 1 7,464. 

5813 Electrical Engineer III 1 6,768. 

5812 Electrical Engineer II 1 7,104. 

5812 Electrical Engineer II 5 6,144. 

5811 Electrical Engineer I 6 5,580. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1555 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
ENGINEERING REVOLVING FUND— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Position s No. Rate 

5697 Engineer of Bridge Maintenance 1 11,040. 

6056 Meclianical Engineer V 1 8,232. 

6056 Meclianical Engineer V 4 8,232. 

6054 Mechanical Engineer IV 1 7,464. 

6054 Mechanical Engineer IV 6 9,072. 

6054 Mechanical Engineer IV 2 7,464. 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 7 8,232. 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 3 7,836. 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 1 7,464. 

6052 Mechanical Engineer II 5 7,104. 

6052 Mechanical Engineer II 4 6,144. 

6051 Mechanical Engineer I 5 5,580. 

5622 Structural Engineer V 7 10,008. 

5622 Structural Engineer V 2 9,528,. 

5622 Structural Engineer V 2 8,232. 

5620 Structural Engineer IV 21 9,072. 

5620 Structural Engineer IV 5 7,464. 

5619 Structural Engineer III 7 8,232. 

5619 Structural Engineer III 2 7,836. 

5619 Structural Engineer III 1 6,768. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 6,444. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 6,144. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 4 5,856. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 5 5,580. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 5,064. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 9 4,824. 

6132 Engineering Aide II IV 4,596. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 5,856. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 2 5,580. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 5,316. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 15 4,380. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 5,316. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 10 5,064. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 3 4,824. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 13 4,596. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 6 4,380. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 5 7,836. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 6,444. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 7 7,464. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 7,104. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 4 7,104. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 9 6,768. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 5 6,444. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 2 6,144. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 4 5,856. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 5,580. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 1 6,444. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 1 6,144. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 4 5,856. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,580. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 2 5,316. 



1556 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
ENGINEERING REVOLVING FUND— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I $ 5,064. 

5781 Electrical Engineering Draftsman III 1 7,836. 

5781 Electrical Engineering Draftsman III 3 6,144. 

5782 Electrical Engineering Draftsman II 3 5,580. 

5783 Electrical Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,856. 

5783 Electrical Engineering Draftsman I 3 5,064. 

5785 Mechanical Engineering Draftsman III 3 6,144. 

5786 Mechanical Engineering Draftsman II 1 6,144. 

5786 Mechanical Engineering Draftsman II 2 5,580. 

5787 Mechanical Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,580. 

5787 Mechanical Engineering Draftsman I 4 5,064. 

5707 Structural Engineering Draftsman III 5 6,144. 

5708 Structural Engineering Draftsman II 1 6,444. 

5708 Structural Engineering Draftsman II 4 5,580. 

5709 Structural Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,856. 

5709 Structural Engineering Draftsman I 6 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 2 5,580. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,316. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 5 4,824. 

5702 Draftsman II 4 4,176. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 5,580. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 5,064. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 4,824. 

5701 Draftsman I 5 4,596. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 4,380. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 4,176. 

5701 Draftsman I 2 3,972. 

5701 Draftsman I 14 3,780. 

5742 Graphic Artist II 1 7,464. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III ... 1 10,008. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 8,232. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 2 7,104. 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 7,464. 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 7,104. 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 6,768. 

0301 Administrative Assistant I 1 6,444. 

0742 Public Information Assistant II 1 6,444. 

1615 Legislative Assistant 1 6,768. 

0104 Accountant IV # 1 7,836. 

0121 Head Accountant # 1 6,144. 

0121 Head Accountant # 1 5,856. 

0122 Assistant Chief Accountant 1 7,104. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 2 6,768. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk # 5 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 4,176. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 4,176. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 5 5,316. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1557 



100-Corporate Fund 



Department of Public Works — Continued 
ENGINEERING REVOLVING FUND— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions 

0421 Principal Clerk # 

0421 Principal Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk # 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0403 Senior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk # 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0401 Junior Clerk 

0461 Messenger Clerk 

0461 Messenger Clerk 

0461 Messenger Clerk 

0805 Secretary 

0805 Secretary 

0805 Secretary 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 

0825 Principal Stenographer . . 

0825 Principal Stenographer . . 

0823 Senior Stenographer # . . 

0823 Senior Stenographer .... 

0823 Senior Stenographer .... 

0823 Senior Stenographer :^ . . 

0823 Senior Stenographer .... 

0823 Senior Stenographer .... 

0823 Senior Stenographer 

0823 Senior Stenographer .... 

0823 Senior Stenographer .... 

0821 Junior Stenographer . 

0821 Junior Stenographer .... 

0821 Junior Stenographer .... 

0821 Junior Stenographer . 

0836 Senior Typist 

0836 Senior Typist 

0834 Typist 

0834 Typist 

0834 Typist 

0841 Vari-Type Operator # . ■ ■ 

0683 Telephone Operator # ■ ■ ■ 

0161 Timekeeper 

0161 Timekeeper 

0161 Timekeeper 

1545 Materials Expediter 

1545 Materials Expediter 

8225 Concrete Inspector 

8313 Lumber Inspector 



No. Rate 



4 $ 


5,316. 


2 


4,176. 


1 


5,064. 


1 


5,316. 


1 


4,824. 


1 


5,064. 


2 


4,824. 


1 


4,380. 


1 


3,780. 


1 


3,780. 


2 


4,380. 


3 


4,176. 


1 


3,780. 


1 


3,600. 


1 


3,108. 


5 


3,108. 


1 


4,176. 


1 


3,108. 


1 


2,964. 


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1 


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2 


4,596. 


3 


3,972. 


1 


3,780. 


1 


3,972. 


1 


3,972. 


1 


3,432. 


5 


3,600. 


1 


3,432. 


1 


4,176. 


1 


3,780. 


1 


4,380. 


1 


3,972. 


3 


3,108. 


1 


5,064. 


1 


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2 


5,064. 


1 


3,780. 


2 


3,780. 


1 


7,464. 


1 


4,596. 


7 


6,444. 


1 


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1558 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
ENGINEERING REVOLVING FUND— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

8315 Mason Inspector 7 $ 679.00m 

4545 Maintenance Inspector 2 7,464. 

4545 Maintenance Inspector 1 7,464. 

5044 Supervisor of Electrical Maintenance Men .... 1 802.50m 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

6725 Engineering Model Mechanic 2 SO.OOd 

4301 Carpenter # 1 SO.OOd 

6676 Foreman of Machinists 1 9,570. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 1/2 months 
by: 

Chief Bridge Engineer 1 

Engineer of Water Works Construction 1 

Bridge Engineer 2 

Supervisor of Electrical Maintenance Men .... 1 

Assistant Engineer of Sewer Construction 1 

Assistant Engineer of Water Works 

Construction 1 

Civil Engineer IV 2 

Civil Engineer III 1 

Design employes when assigned to the field. ... 5 

Other employes when assigned to the field 08 p.m. 



December 8, 1959 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF MAPS AND PLATS 

The Bureau approves plats of subdivisions, street and alley dedications and similar adjustments in real 
property parcels. It compiles and keeps up-to-date maps and the basic data required for simple and orderly 
legal description of real property parcels. It also prepares vacation and dedication ordinances, checks front- 
age consent petitions, assigns house numbers, issues house number and legal description certificates and prepares 
maps for other City agencies. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

TOOS Salary and Wages— on Payroll $ 118,320. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 380. 

*6310.000 For Personal Services 118,700. 

.125 Office and Building Services 5,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 50. 

*6310.100 For Contractual Services 5,050. 

.270 Local Transportation 45. 

*6310.200 For Travel 45. 

.320 Gasohne 120. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,000 . 

*6310.300 For Commodities 2,120 

*Total for Bureau of Maps and Plats $ 125,915. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 6311 

5776 Superintendent of Maps.. 1 $ 10,008. 

5774 Assistant Superintendent of Maps 1 7,464. 

5715 Chief Map Draftsman # 1 7,104. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,580. 

4 30,156. 

MAP DIVISION— 6312 

5713 Map Engineering Draftsman # 5 5,856. 

5703 Draftsman III 3 5,856. 

5703 Draftsman III 1 5,316. 

5703 Draftsman III 2 5,064. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,316. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,596. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 5,580. 

1664 Title Searcher 1 5,316. 

1664 Title Searcher 1 5,064. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 380. 

~J6 88,544. 

^ $ 118,700. 



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UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1563 



100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE 

The Bureau performs architectural work for the various City departments, as well as for the House of 
Correction, The Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium and The Chicago Public Library. The Bureau is responsible 
for the general maintenance of all City buildings financed by the Corporate Fund. It operates six City buildings, 
furnishing custodial, mechanical and janitorial care for the City Hall, Central Office Building, Central Police 
and Courts Building, Police Garage, Hubbard Street Building, Social Hygiene Clinic and Municipal Heating 
Plant. The Bureau operates the telephone switchboards of the City Hall and Central Office Building. 



Twenty-five per cent of the amount appropriated for the City Hall building to be reimbursed from the 
Water Fund as its proportionate share of this expense, as per Section 7-14 of the Municipal Code of Chicago. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

ADMINISTRATION 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 91,176. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,110. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief -0- 

*6411.000 For Personal Services 92,286. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,500. 

*6411.100 For Contractual Services 1,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 500. 

*6411.200 For Travel 500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,000. 

*6411.300 For Commodities 2,000. 



*TotaI for Administration $ 96,286. 



PROVISION OF ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 66,396. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,130. 

*6412.000 For Personal Services $ 67,526. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,500. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.144 Engineering 3,500. 

*6412.100 For Contractual Services 5,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,000. 

*6412.300 For Commodities 1,000. 



*Total for Provision of Architectural 

Services $ 73,526. 



BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR- 
GENERAL 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 1,145,896. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 198. 

.020 Overtime (Elevator Mechanics) 2,000. 

*6414.000 For Personal Services l7l48,094. 



1564 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR- 
GENERAL — Continued 

.125 Office and Building Services $ 500. 

Professional and Technical Services: . 

.148 Testing and Inspection '''50. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 6,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 45,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 15,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 1,800. 

.186 Telephone 1.000- 

*6414.100 For Contractual Services 70,050. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 2,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 5,000. 

*6414.200 For Travel 7,500. 

Fuel: 

.314 Fuel Oil 3,000. 

.320 Gasoline 3,500. 

.340 Material and Supplies 180,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies (Navy Pier) 5,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value Over $10.00) 2,000 . 

*6414.300 For Commodities 193,500. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 15,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 15,000. 

.450 Vehicles 5,000. 

♦6414.400 For Equipment 35,000. 

.551 Improvements on City owned buildings 

including labor and material 50,000. 

.552 Rehabilitation of electric wiring system in 
City owned buildings including labor 

and material 40,000. 

.554 Labor and material for repairs to Navy 
Pier structure including masonry, terra 

cotta and roofing 40,000. 

*6414.500 For Permanent Improvements 130,000. 

*6414.700 For Contingencies 5,000. 

*6414.801 Removal of stairs and entrances of com- 
fort stations in Garland Court 30,000. 

*6414.804 Repairs to Exhibition Space 

(Navy Pier) 10,000. 

*6414.806 Elevator Maintenance and Repair — 

City Owned Buildings 22,000. 

*6414.819 Alterations to Storerooms 5,000. 

*6414.820 Repairs or Replacing Roofing, 

City Owned Buildings 20,000. 



*Total for Building Maintenance and 

Repair— General $ 1,676,144 . 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1565 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF 
BUILDINGS OPERATED 
CITY HALL— 6421 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 982,026. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,170. 

.020 Overtime (Including Elevator Operators at 
$3.30 per hour and Elevator Starters 

at $3.54 per hour) 8,800. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief (Including Sub- 
stitute Elevator Operators at $17.60 per 

day) 41,495 . 

*6421.000 For Personal Services 1,033,491. 



.125 Office and Building Services 10,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment (Telephone Service 

and Equipment) 95,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 7,500. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 10,000. 

.174 Hauling (Ashes and Debris) 10,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 75,000. 

.186 Telephone (Toll Calls) 4,000 . 

*6421.100 For Contractual Services 211,500. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 50,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 13,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 40,000. 

.370 Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding $10.00).. 1,000. 

*6421.300 For Commodities 104,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 4,500 . 

»6421.400 For Equipment 4,500. 

.556 Improvements in office space including 

labor and material 50,000. 

.557 Installation of one new elevator 100,000. 

.559 Air conditioning City Hall offices 125,000. 

.560 Rehabilitation of electric system 50 ,000 . 

*6421.500 For Permanent Improvements 325,000. 



1566 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Worlis— Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF 
BUILDINGS OPERATED 
CITY HALL— 6421— Continued 

*6421.821 Cleaning Ventilating Ducts $ 30,000. 

*6421.822 Close Tunnel Opening 10,000. 



*Total for City Hall $ 1,718,491. 



CENTRAL POLICE AND COURTS BUILDING— 6422 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 428,740. 

.020 Overtime (Including Elevator Operators at 
$3.30 per hour and Elevator Starters at 

$3.54 per hour) 2,500. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief (Including Sub- 
stitute Elevator Operators at $17.60 per 

day) 22,000 . 

*6422.000 For Personal Services 453,240. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 5,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 10,000. 

.174 Hauling (Ashes and Debris) 1,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 26,000. 

*6422.100 For Contractual Services 43,000. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 20,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 15,000. 

.370 Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding $10.00).. 500. 

*6422.300 For Commodities 35,500. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,000. 

*6422.400 For Equipment l^OOO. 

.561 Remodeling space 10,000. 

*6422.500 For Permanent Improvements 10,000. 

*Total for Central Police and 

Courts Building $ 542,740. 



POLICE GARAGE BUILDING— 6423 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 86,994. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief 4,000. 

*6423.000 For Personal Services 90,994. 

.125 Office and Building Services 500. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 2,500. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 2,500. 

.174 Hauling (Ashes and Debris) 500. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 4,750. 

•6423.100 For Contractual Services 10,750. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1567 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

POLICE GARAGE BUILDING— 6423— Continued 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal $ 4,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 3,000 . 

*6423.300 For Commodities 7,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1.000 - 

*6423.400 For Equipment 1.000. 

*Total for Police Garage Building $ 109,744. 



HUBBARD STREET BUILDING— 6424 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 215,480. 

.020 Overtime 1,000. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief (Including Sub- 
stitute Elevator Operators at $17.60 per 

day) 10.500 . 

*6424.000 For Personal Services 226,980. 

.125 Office and Building Services 500. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 1,800. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 3,000. 

.174 Hauling (Ashes and Debris) 500. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 10,000 . 

*6424.100 For Contractual Services 15,800. 



Fuel: 

.312 Coal 

.340 Material and Supplies 

.370 Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding $10.00).. 



*6424.300 For Commodities 17,750. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,000 . 

*6424.400 For Equipment 1,000. 



*Total for Hubbard Street Building $ 261,530. 



BOARD OF HEALTH CLINIC— 6425 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 58,884. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief 2,600 . 

*6425.000 For Personal Services 61,484. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 1,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,000. 

.174 Hauling (Ashes and Debris) 500. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 2,500 . 

*6425.100 For Contractual Services 5,000. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 4,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 2,500 . 

»6425.300 For Commodities 6,500. 

*Total for Board of Health Clinic $ 72,984 . 



1568 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

BOARD OF HEALTH CLINIC— 6425— Continued 

CENTRAL OFFICE BUILDING— 6426 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 491,980. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 174. 

.020 Overtime 2,000. 

.025 Vacation and Sick Relief 19,315. 

*6426.000 For Personal Services 513,469. 

.125 Office and Building Services 2,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 

(Telephone Equipment and Services) .... 40,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 5,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 7,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 65,000. 

.186 Telephone (Excess Messages and Toll 

Calls) 3,000 . 

*6426.100 For Contractual Services 122,000. 

Fuel: 

.314 Fuel Oil 35,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 35,000. 

.370 Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding $10.00).. 500. 

•6426.300 For Commodities 70,500. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 2,000. 

•6426.400 For Equipment 2^000. 

*Total for Central Office Building ^ 707^69^ 



MUNICIPAL HEATING PLANT— 6429 

.005 Salaries and Wages — On Payroll $ 210,066. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 234. 

.020 Overtime 2,500. 

.025 Vacation Relief 13,000. 

.040 Adjustment for Per Diem Rates 400. 

•6429.000 For Personal Services 226,200: 

.125 Office Building Services 200. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.144 Engineering 1,000. 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 100. 

.158 Rental of Equipment and Services — City 

Owned 16,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1569 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property $ 6,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 30,000. 

.175 Transportation Charges (Exclusive 

of Travel) 200. 

.186 Telephone 400. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 50,000 . 

*6429.100 For Contractual Services 103,900. 

.270 Local Transportation 300. 

*6429.200 For Travel 300. 

.312 Coal 240,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 12,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 400. 

.360 Repair Parts and Materials 25,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 500. 

*6429.300 For Commodities 277,900. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 5,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 5,000. 

*6429.400 For Equipment 10,000. 

Permanent Improvements: 
.563 Construction of New Silo for Coal 

Storage and Paving Yard Area 70,000. 

*6429.500 For Permanent Improvements 70,000. 

*6429.700 For Contingencies 30,000. 

*Total For Municipal Heating Plant $ 718,300. 



*Total for Bureau of Architecture $ 5,977,714. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 6411 

5446 City Architect 1 $ 16,560. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 7,836. 

0102 Accountant II 1 5,580. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,444. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 



Positions 



No. 



Rate 



ADMINISTRATION— 6411— Continued 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 $ 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,380. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,110. 

92,286. 



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PROVISION OF ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES— 6412 



5444 Assistant City Architect 1 $ 12,168. 

5405 Architect V 1 9,072. 

5404 Architect IV 1 8,640. 

5403 Architect III 1 7,464. 

5402 Architect II 1 6,768. 

5727 Architectural Designer # 1 7,464. 

5705 Architectural Draftsman II # 1 6,444. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,130. 



9 $ 67,526. 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR DIVISION 



—6414 
General Trades Section 

4515 Superintendent of Building Repairs 1 $ 10,512. 

4555 General Foreman of Mechanical Trades 1 10,680. 

4526 General Foreman of General Trades 1 9,072. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

1817 Head Storekeeper # 1 6,396. 

1811 Storekeeper 1 5,124. 

1811 Storekeeper 1 4,938. 

1811 Storekeeper # 1 5,472. 

4265 Watchman (12m) 3 343.50m 

4265 Watchman (Vacation Relief) (5m) 343.50m 

4335 Glazier (510d) 31.12d 

4301 Carpenter (Sub-Foreman) (510d) 32.00d 

4301 Carpenter (2,550d) 30.00d 

4401 Bricklayer (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 34.60d 

4401 Bricklayer (l,020d) 32.60d 



December 8, 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



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BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND 

REPAIR DIVISION— 6414 
General Trades Section — Continued 

4435 Cement Finisher (30d) $ 31.20d 

4501 Slate Roofer (30d) 32.96d 

4465 Tuckpointer # (255d) 33.00d 

4455 Plasterer (510d) 31.60d 

9455 Plasterer Helper (510d) 25.20d 

4460 Lather (30d) 30.04d 

4505 Asbestos Worker (255d) 30.40d 

4531 Marble Setter (30d) 32.00d 

4532 Marble Setter Helper (30d) 25.20d 

4561 Elevator Mechanic (510d) 32.36d 

4636 Foreman of Painters (255d) 1 36.00d 

4634 Painter (Sub-Foreman) (l,530d) 32.40d 

4634 Painter (6,630d) 28.80d 

4578 Roofer (30d) 32.16d 

4756 Foreman of Plumbers (265d) 35.20d 

4754 Plumber (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 34.00d 

4754 Plumber 7 719.00m 

4754 Plumber (2,040d) 31.60d 

4765 Sprinkler Fitter (56d) 32.12d 

4776 Foreman of Steamfitters (270d) 34.40d 

4774 Steamfitter 7 719.00m 

4774 Steamfitter (2,805d) 31.60d 

4805 Architectural Ironworker 

(Sub-Foreman) (255d) 1 34.24d 

4805 Architectural Ironworker (l,020d) 32.24d 

4834 Bridge and Structural Iron Worker (19d) 33.20d 

4834 Bridge and Structural Iron Worker 

(Sub-Foreman) (15d) 36.20d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 32.60d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (765d) 31.60d 

6611 Boiler Maker (30d) 33.20d 

6613 Boiler Maker Welder (30d) 33.20d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (805d) 23.20d 

9411 Construction Laborer (4,845d) 24.20d 

9411 Construction Laborer (as jackhammerman) . . (30d) 27.00d 

9425 Insect Exterminator # 1 4,824 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 198- 



Navy Pier Section 



4301 Carpenter (255d) 30.00d 

4578 Roofer (30d) 32.16d 

4634 Painter (Sub-Foreman) (54d) 32.40d 

4634 Painter (510d) 28.80d 

4754 Plumber 2 719.00m 

4765 Sprinkler Fitter 1 719.00m 

4774 Steamfitter (510d) 31.60d 



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100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 
DIVISION— 6414 
Navy Pier Section — Continued 

4805 Architectural Ironworker (30d) $ 32.24d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (255d) 31.60d 

9411 Construction Laborer (255d) 24.20d 

Other Mechanics, as needed, but limited to 

the employes authorized under General 

and Mechanical Trades Sections $ 1,146,094. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 111/2 months 
by: 

General Foreman of Mechanical Trades 

Superintendent of Building Repairs 

Foreman of Steamfitters 

Foreman of Plumbers 

Foreman of Painters 



5 $ 



2,500. 



OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS 
City Hall Building— 6421 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer # 4 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A 1 

0695 Telephone Service Supervisor 1 

0698 Assistant Telephone Service Supervisor 1 

0697 Telephone Inspector # 1 

0687 Chief Telephone Operator 1 

0685 Assistant Chief Telephone Operator 2 

0683 Telephone Operator 6 

06i83 Telephone Operator 4 

0663 Telephone Operator 1 

0683 Telephone Operator 2 

0683 Telephone Operator 6 

0683 Telephone Operator 3 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 

4105 Elevator Starter 2 

4101 Elevator Operator 19 

4227 Chief Janitor 1 

4225 Foreman of Janitors 1 

4223 Janitor (Sub-Foreman) 1 

4223 Janitor (Sub-Foreman) 1 

4223 Janitor 54 

4245 Janitress 39 

4245 Janitress 1 



11,382. 
9,378. 
8,580. 
7,836. 
6,144. 
4,176. 
6,768. 
5,064. 
4,824. 
4,596. 
4,176. 
3,972. 
3,600. 
3,432. 
3,780. 
4,932. 
4,596. 
7,356. 
6,048. 
5,622. 
5,076. 
4,914. 
4,368. 
4,416. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1573 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS 
City Hall Building— 6421— Continued 

4210 Attendant # 2$ 4,416. 

4265 Watchman 2 4,122. 

4251 Metal Caretaker # 3 5,178. 

4252 Marble Cleaner (275d) # 3 25.20d 

4286 Foreman of Window Washers 1 6,360. 

4285 Window Washer 9 5,760. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 716.00m 

7705 Boiler Washer (280d) # 1 25.84d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (290d) 5 25.44d 

7776 Coal Passer (290d) 5 24.44d 

9593 Station Laborer (3 12d) # 3 17.12d 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,170. 

191 983,196. 

Central Police and Courts Buildings 
1121 South State Street— 6422 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A 4 8,580. 

4105 Elevator Starter 1 4,932. 

4101 Elevator Operator 16 4,596. 

4227 Chief Janitor 1 7,356. 

4225 Foreman of Janitors 1 6,048. 

4223 Janitor (Sub-Foreman) 1 5,076. 

4223 Janitor 34 4,914. 

4245 Janitress 5 4,368. 

4245 Janitress 2 3,990. 

4251 Metal Caretaker # 1 5,178. 

4252 Marble Cleaner (275d) # 1 25.20d 

4285 Window Washer 4 5,760. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 2 716.00m 

7775 Stationary Fireman (295d) 4 25.44d 

7776 Coal Passer (280d) # 1 24.44d 

~79 428,740. 

Police Garage Building — 6423 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A 4 8,580. 

4101 Elevator Operator 7 4,596. 

4223 Janitor 3 4,914. 

4285 Window Washer 1 5,760 . 

n[5 86,994. 

Hubbard Street Building Section 
54 West Hubbard Street— 6424 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer # 1 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A 4 8,580. 

4101 Elevator Operator 6 4,596. 

4226 Janitor-in- Charge of Night Force # 1 6,048. 

4223 Janitor 14 4,914. 

4285 Window Washer 2 5,760. 

4265 Watchman 1 4,122. 



1574 JOURNAL— CITY COUNCILr— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS 
Hubbard Street Building Section — Continued 
54 West Hubbard Street — 6424 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 1 $ 716.00m 

7775 Stationary Fireman (286d) 4 25.44d 

9593 Station Laborer (312d) _^ ll.U d 

37 215,480. 

Board of Health Clinic— 6425 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A# 1 8,580. 

7740 Station Engineer # 4 5,478. 

4223 Janitor 4 4,914. 

4245 Janitress ^ 4,368 . 

11 58,884. 

Central Office Building— 6426 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 1 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A# 4 8,580. 

0685 Assistant Chief Telephone Operator 1 4,824. 

0685 Assistant Chief Telephone Operator 1 5,064. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 4,824. 

0683 Telephone Operator 2 4,596. 

0683 Telephone Operator 2 3,780. 

0683 Telephone Operator 3 4,380. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 4,380. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 4,176. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,432. 

4101 Elevator Operator 1 4,596. 

4227 Chief Janitor 1 7,356. 

4223 Janitor 55 4,914. 

4245 Janitress 1 4,368. 

4210 Attendant # 1 4,416. 

4251 Metal Caretaker # 1 

4285 Window Washer 4 5,760 

5035 Electrical Mechanic ^ 

7775 Stationary Fireman (296d) 5 



716.00m 
25.44d 



9593 Station Laborer (365d) 1 17.12d 



Schedule Salary Adjustments 



174. 



91 492,154. 



Municipal Heating Plant — 6429 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineei 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 

7775 Stationary Fireman (290d) 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 

6674 Machinist (255d) 

6674 Machinist (lOOd) 



1 $ 


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4 


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December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1575 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

9593 Station Laborer # 5$ 4,914. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic (12m) 1 716.00m 

0102 Accountant II 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 234. 

^ $ 210,300. 



1576 



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December 8, 1959 



125-Architectural Capital Account 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ARCHITECTURAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

The Architectural Capital Account is established for the 
purpose of providing architectural or similar services 
in connection with public buildings, the expense of 
which is to be reimbursed from appropriations of City 
Funds. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the 
conditions and limitations of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 
of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the conditions 
and limitations herein set forth. 

The charges for the furnishing of such services shall 
be based on the total cost thereof, plus not to exceed 
five per cent for overhead and incidental expense the 
cost of which is not borne by this account. 

Expenditures are authorized for supplies and other 
expense incident to providing the services to be 
rendered including salaries and wages, and incre- 
ments for schedule salary adjustments, of the follow- 
ing employes as needed: 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



5405 Architect V $ 756.00m 

5404 Architect IV 622.00m 

5403 Architect III 622.00m 

5403 Architect III 592.00m 

5402 Architect II 592.00m 

5401 Architect 1 512.00m 

5615 Civil Engineer V 686.00m 

5619 Structural Engineer III 592.00m 

5708 Structural Engineering Draftsman II 465.00m 

5786 Mechanical Engineering Draftsman II 488.00m 

0823 Senior Stenographer 331.00m 

0821 Junior Stenographer 300.00m 

0403 Senior Clerk 331.00m 



December 8, 1959 



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100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS 

The Bureau maintains and beautifies landscaped areas on all boulevards and median parkways. 



Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 816,642. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 472. 

*6710.000 For Personal Services 817,114. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1,500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,500. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Surveys 500. 

.149 Other Professional and Technical Services 1,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 1,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 25,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 55,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 21,000. 

.166 Subscription and Dues 100. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 50. 

.175 Transportation Charges (Exclusive of 

Travel) 100. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City-owned 

Vehicles 10,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 600. 

.186 Telephone 500. 

*6710.100 For Contractual Services 117,850. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 4,500. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 500. 

*6710.200 For Travel 6,000. 

.312 Coal 3,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 500. 

.320 Gasoline 15,500. 

.340 Material and Supplies 65,600. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Materials and 

Supplies 2,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Materials 2,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding - 

$10.00) 11,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 5,500. 

*6710.300 For Commodities 107,100. 

.422 Office Machines 1,000. 

.424 Furniture 2,000. 

.426 Outdoor Equipment 3,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 25,000. 

.450 Vehicles 20,000. 

*67 10.400 For Equipment 51,000. 



*Total for Bureau of Forestry and Parkways$ 1,099,064. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



100-Corporate Fund = 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

3903 General Foreman of Landscape Maintenance . . 1 $ 6,768. 

5721 Engineer Draftsman 1 1 5,856. 

3907 Gardener 4 5,730. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 472. 

9 47,008. 

3904 Foreman of Landscape Maintenance 6 6,444. 

8244 Foreman of Laborers 6 5,454. 

4301 Carpenter (540d) 30.00d 

4634 Painter (540d) 28.80d 

3907 Gardener (2,060d) 23.50d 

9530 Park Laborer (29,000d) 18.80d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (2,2 95d) 23.20d 

749,994. 

COMFORT STATION SECTION 

4210 Attendant # _1 4,416. 

1 4,416. 

EDGEBROOK COMMUNITY CENTER 

4210 Attendant 1 4,416. 

9530 Park Laborer (300d) _2 18.80d 

~3 15,696 . 

Total $ 817,114. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned auto- 
mobiles for not to exceed 11% months by: 
General Foreman of Landscape Maintenance. . 1 

Foreman of Landscape Maintenance . . . . , 6 

~ $ 4,500. 



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100-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PORT OF CHICAGO 

The Department is responsible for protecting City rights in the river area and on such part of the lak6 front 
as have not been given over to the authority of the Chicago Park District. It is responsible for the operation 
of all movable bridges owned or operated by the City and for the management of Navy Pier. The Department is- 
sues permits for all construction and repair work on structures that affect the dock walls, on structures upon 
the dock walls, or on structures within the harbor area. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

ADMINISTRATION 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 88,320. 

.010 Salary and Wages — on Voucher 12,000. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 522 . 

*8511.000 For Personal Services 100,842. 



.125 Office and Building Services 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges. 

.150 Publications 

.152 Advertising 



.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 30,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 10,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 1^000. 

*8511.100 For Contractual Services 55,900. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 1,800. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 2,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 60i0. 

*8511.200 For Travel 4,400. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,500. 

*8511.300 For Commodities 1,500. 

.450' Vehicles 3,000 . 

*8511.400 For Equipment 3,000. 

.540 Erection or Construction of Structures or 

Works 75,000 . 

*8511.500 ForPermanent Improvements 75,000. 

*8511.700 For Contingencies 1,000 . 

*Total for Administration 241,642 . 

OPERATION OF BRIDGES 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll 1,814,700. 

*8512.000 For Personal Services 1,814,700. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 450. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 2,500. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 82,000. 

.186 Telephone 16,500 . 

*8512.100 For Contractual Services 101,450. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 1,500. 

*8512.200 For Travel 1,500. 



1582 



JOURNAL— CITY OOUNCII^CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 
Department of the Port of Chicago — Continued 



Code 



Amounts 



Appropriated 

OPERATION OF BRIDGES— Continued 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal $ 16,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 11,000. 

.316 Gas — Bottled and Propane 12,500. 

.320 Gasoline 1 iqo. 

.340 Material and Supplies 9,000. 

*8512.300 For Commodities 49 goo. 

.450 Vehicles 4 500. 

*8512.400 For Equipment 4^500. 

*Total for Operation of Bridges $ 1,971,750. 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF NAVY PIER 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 147,183. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 150. 

*8516.000 For Personal Services 147 333 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 50,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,500. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 250. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 65,000. 

*8516.100 For Contractual Services 216 750'. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 5 500 

.314 Fuel Oil '200 

.320 Gasoline 300 

.340 Material and Supplies 5 500 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments '500 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) joo 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) lOo 

*8516.300 For Commodities 12,200. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,000. 

*8516.400 For Equipment I^OOq; 

*Total for Operation and Maintenance of 

Navy Pier 277,283. 

*Total for Department of the Port of 

Chicago $ 2,490,675. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1583 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of the Port of Chicago — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 8511 

9696 Port Director 1 $ 15,000. 

7384 Assistant Port Director 1 8,232. 

7255 Bridge Operation Inspector 1 6,768. 

7315 Harbor Inspector 1 4,596. 

7335 Harbor Policeman 1 5,316. 

7335 Harbor Policeman 1 4,824. 

5709 Marine Draftsman 1 5,856. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 5,064. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,596. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0834 Typist 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 522 . 

88,842. 

BRIDGE OPERATION— 8512 

7237 Chief Bridgetender 1 8,640. 

7235 Assistant Chief Bridgetender 2 6,768. 

7233 Bridgetender 142 485.00m 

7233 Bridgetender 30 464.50m 

7233 Bridgetender 11 444.50m 

7233 Roving Bridgetender and Bridgetender 

Operating One-Man Bridge 109 508.00m 

7233 Bridgetender— Sick Relief 9 508.00m 

1811 Storekeeper # 1 5,298. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk _L 3,432 . 

309 1,814,700. 



1584 



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December 8, 1959 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

Department of the Port of Chicago — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rats 

NAVY PIER OPERATION— 8516 

7375 Superintendent of Pier 1 $ 6,144. 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 5 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic — Vacation Relief 4m 716.00m 

7740 Station Engineer (Assigned in Charge) 1 7,656. 

7740 Station Engineer — 9 months each 4 5,478. 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (313d) 1 28.80d 

9534 Laborer (313d) 2 23.52d 

9534 Laborer (313d) 1 15.60d 

9534 Laborer (313d) 4 14.88d 

4223 Janitor 2 4,914. 

4210 Attendant (Female) 1 4,416. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 150. 



347 $ 2,050,875. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 111/2 months 



by: 

Chief Bridgetender 1 

Bridge Operation Inspector i 

Port Director 1 

Storekeeper 1 

Harbor Policeman 2 

Assistant Chief Bridgetender 1 

7 $ 3,300. 



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UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1587 



lOO-Corporate Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION 

The Department of Aviation is responsible for the planning, design, construction, business management, 
operation, and maintenance of Chicago municipal airports. 







Amounts 


Code 




Appropriated 




ADMINISTRATION— 86 11 




.005 


Salaries and Wages — on Payroll 


$ 329,084. 


.015 


Schedule Salary Adjustments 


3,440. 


*8611.000 




332,524. 


.125 


Office and Building Services 


4,500. 


.130 




1,000. 




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.141 




4,000. 


.142 




3,000. 


.144 




10,000. 


.150 




5,000. 


.152 




200. 


.157 


Rental of Equipment and Services 


ZOv. 


.162 


Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 


1,200. 


.166 




5,000. 


.172 




350. 


.173 




4. 


.176 


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750. 


*8611.100 




37,004. 


.224 


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150. 


*8611.200 




8,150. 


.340 




300. 


.350 


Stationery and Office Supplies 


8,500. 


*8611.300 




8,800. 


*8611.700 




2,000. 




For acquisition of part of Federal 






Reservation at Chicago-O'Hare In- 






ternational Airport, including ex- 






pense incidental in adapting build- 




*8611.801 




125,000. 



*Total for Administration 



$ 513,478. 



1588 JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Aviation — Continued 



Amounts 
Ap propriated 

CHICAGO MIDWAY AIRPORT— 8653 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 655,949. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 410. 

.020 Overtime 30,000. 

.025 Vacation Relief 4,700. 

.026 Sick Relief 1,400. 

*8653.000 For Personal Services 692,459. 

.125 Office and Building Services 2,300. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 400. 

.150 Publications 50. 

.152 Advertising 50. 

.155 Rental of Property 24,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 10,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 30,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 30,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 10,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 200. 

.172 Insurance 51,850. 

.173 Vehicle License Plates 30. 

.175 Transportation Charges 50. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 43,500. 

.184 Heat, Light and Power (Municipal) 6,000. 

.186 Telephone 4,000. 

*8653.100 For Contractual Services 212,430. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis 100. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 750. 

.270 Local Transportation 40. 

*8653.200 For Travel 890. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 400. 

.314 Fuel Oil 17,000. 

.320 Gasoline 9,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 37,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not exceeding 

$10.00) 300. 

.375 Tools (Unit value over $10.00) 700. 

*8653.300 For Commodities 65,400. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 4,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 15,000. 

.450 Vehicles 25,000. 

*8653.400 For Equipment 44,000. 

*8653.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 



*Total for Chicago Midway Airport $1,016,179. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1 00 -Corporate Fund 

Department of Aviation — Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

MERRILL C. MEIGS FIELD— 8655 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 111,842. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustment 96. 

.020 Overtime 3,000. 

.025 Vacation Relief 1,000. 

.026 Sick Relief 2M. 

*8655.000 For Personal Services 116,138. 

.125 Office and Building Services 500. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 100. 

.150 Publications 50. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 1,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 7,500. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 10,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 4,400. 

.172 Insurance 8,000. 

.173 Vehicle License Plates 8. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 4,000. 

.186 Telephone 2,000. 

*8655.100 For Contractual Services 37,558. 

.224 Automobile Allowance — mileage basis 50. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 400. 

.270 Local Transportation 10. 

*8655.200 For Travel 460. 

.314 Fuel Oil 3,850. 

.320 Gasoline 3,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 8,700. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 250. 

*8655.300 For Commodities 15,800. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 10,000. 

*8655.400 For Equipment 10,000. 

Building and Structures: 

.526 Improvement 50,000. 

.540 Erection or Construction of Structures 

or Works 450,000. 

*8655.500 For Permanent Improvements 500,000. 

*8655.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 

*Total for Merrill C. Meigs Field $ 680,956. 



*Total for Department of Aviation $ 2,210,613. 



1590 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Aviation — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 8611 

9674 Commissioner of Aviation 1 $ 18,500. 

7094 Deputy Commissioner of Aviation 1 12,168. 

7094 Deputy Commissioner of Aviation 1 12,000. 

7096 Administrative Engineer of Aviation 1 11,040. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 6,144. 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 6,144. 

0724 Public Information Assistant II 1 8,232. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,316. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 5,856. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,144. 

0834 Typist 1 3,780. 

7075 Chief of Aviation Planning 1 11,040. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 9,528. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 8,232. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 7,836. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 1 6,768. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 1 5,580. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 4,596. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 1 6,144. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 1 5,580. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman 1 1 5,856. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,316. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0834 Typist 1 3,780. 

7035 Chief of Aviation Contracts 1 9,528. 

7006 Airport Contract Investigator 1 5,580. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,768. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

7055 Chief of Aviation Finance 1 10,512. 

0104 Accountant IV # 1 7,836. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,444. 

0102 Accountant II 1 6,768. 

0101 Accountant I 1 5,580. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,596. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,972. 



Decemoer 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1591 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Aviation — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATIVE— 8611— Continued 

7017 General Manager of Airport Operations 1 $ 11,592. 

1850 Supervisor of Inventory Control 1 1 6,144. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 3,440. 

"50 $ 332,524. 

CHICAGO MIDWAY AIRPORT— 8653 

7015 Manager of Airport Operations IV 1 $ 9,528. 

7012 Manager of Airport Operations II 3 7,836. 

7012 Manager of Airport Operations II 1 7,464. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0685 Assistant Chief Telephone Operator 1 4,596. 

0683 Telephone Operator 3 3,600. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,432. 

1811 Storekeeper 1 5,298. 

4225 Foreman of Janitors 2 5,334. 

4223 Janitor 25 4,914. 

4245 Janitress 10 4,368. 

4285 Window Washer 2 5,760. 

4524 Foreman of General Trades 1 8,694. 

4774 Steamfitter 1 719.00m 

4754 Plumber 1 719.00m 

4634 Painter (260d) 2 28.80d 

4301 Carpenter (260d) 2 30.00d 

9411 Construction Laborer (260d) 2 24.20d 

9411 Construction Laborer as jackhammerman 

(260d) 1 27.00d 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 7 716.00m 

7005 Airport Maintenance Foreman (260d) 2 16.64d 

9529 Airport Laborer (260d) 1 22.60d 

9529 Airport Laborer (260d) 34 15.52d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (260d) 8 23.20d 

4265 Watchman (260d) 9 15.68d 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 410. 



126 $ 656,359. 



1592 



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December 8, 1959 



100-Corporate Fund 

Department of Aviation — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Po?;t;ons No. Rate 

MERRILL C. MEIGS FIELD— 8655 

7014 Manager of Airport Operations III 1 $ 9,072. 

7011 Manager of Airport Operations I 1 7,464. 

7011 Manager of Airport Operations I 1 7,464. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

1811 Storekeeper 1 5,298. 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 2 716.00m 

7005 Airport Maintenance Foreman (260d) 1 16.64d 

9529 Airport Laborer (260d) 6 15.52d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (260d) 3 23.20d 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 96. 

~19 $ 111,938. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed IIV2 months 
by: 

Administrative Assistant 1 

Civil Engineer IV 1 

General Manager of Airport Operations. . . 1 

Airport Safety Coordinator 1 

"4 $ 2,000. 

Total from Corporate Purposes Fund $193,699,584. 

For Expenditures 186,744,368. 

For Loss and Cost 6,955,216. 



December 8, 1959 UNFINISHED BUSINESS 1593 

330-Forestry Fund 

NO. 2 FORESTRY FUND— 330 
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

GENERAL 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.035 Adjustment in salaries of transferred, re- 
instated, promoted and reclassified em- 
ployes $ 2,500. 

Adjustment to Prevailing Rates of Per 
Diem Employes: 

For adjustment in wages of per diem 
employes to conform with prevailing 
wages, when approved by the City 

.040 Council 1,000 . 

*9112.000 For Personal Services 3,500. 

.155 Rental of Property 5,000. 

*9112.100 For Contractual Services 5,000. 

Claims: 

*9112.9?^ For Damages (when ordered paid by 

the City Council) 3,000. 

•9112.936 Under the Workmen's Compensation Act. 40,000. 
Reimbursement to the Corporate Purposes 
Fund for services furnished by the De- 
partment of Finance and the Depart- 

•9112.992 ment of Purchases 25,000. 

*Total for Department of Finance-General. . $ 76,500. 



•9114.960 Loss and Cost in Collecting Taxes $ 391,920. 



1594 



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1595 



3 3 -Forestry Fun d 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS 
FORESTRY DIVISION 

The function of the Forestry Division is to provide for the establishment and maintenance of a long term 
forestry program for the propagation and preservation of community trees in the City. The Bureau removes, 
trims, sprays and plants trees in the City parkways between the curbs and sidewalks. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 4,584,231. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 2,393. 

*6710.000 For Personal Services 4,586,624. 

.125 Office and Building Services 4,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 8,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.147 Surveys 1,000. 

.149 Other Professional and Technical Services 5,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 16,250. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 120,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 3,500. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 5,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 30,000. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 98,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 120. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 200. 

.175 Transportation Charges (exclusive of 

Travel) 1,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 5,000. 

.186 Telephone 12,000. 

•6710.100 For Contractual Services 309,070. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — fiat rate 15,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 2,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 2,000. 

•6710.200 For Travel 19,000. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 2,000. 

.314 Fuel Oil 10,000. 

.320 Gasoline 40,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies (Purchase of Trees) . 130,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 50,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 25,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 6,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 8,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 5,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 5,000. 

•6710.300 For Commodities 281,000. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 5,000. 

.422 Office Machines 1,000. 

.423 Communication Devices 5,000. 

.424 Furniture 6,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 40,000. 

.450 Vehicles 95,000. 

•6710.400 For Equipment 152,000. 



1596 



JOURNAI^CITY COUNCII^-CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



330-Forestry Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.540 Erection or Construction of Structures 

or Works $ 25,000. 

*6710.500 For Permanent Improvements 25,000. 

Land: 

.610 Acquisition 69,500. 

•6710.600 For Land 69,500. 



*Total for Forestry Division $ 5,442,194 . 

*Total from Forestry Fund $ 5,910,614. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code 


Positions 


No. Rate 




General Superintendent of Forestry and Park- 










1 $ 


12,168. 


3926 


Superintendent of Forestry and Parkways. . . . 


1 


10,512. 


0303 




1 


7,464. 


3924 


Assistant General Superintendent of Forestry 










1 


10,512. 


3977 




3 


8,640. 


3977 




3 


6,144. 


3975 




3 


7,836. 


3975 




12 


7,836. 






1 


5,580. 


3908 




1 


6,768. 


3907 




(510d) 


23.50d 


3973 




(28,175d) 


25.40d 


3973 




(3,315d) 


25.40d 


9475 




(109,911d)23.20d 


9475 




(2,295d) 


23.20d 


7185 


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2 


24.80d 


7183 




(20,800d) 


23.20d 


7633 




(255d) 


30.00d 


4301 




(275d) 


30.00d 


4634 




(255d) 


28.80d 


3971 




2 


511.00m 


9530 




(12,390d) 


18.80d 


9530 




(2,805d) 


18.80d 


4265 




(255d) 


15.84d 


9495 




2 


4,668. 


0102 




1 


5,580. 


0426 




1 


6,444. 


0301 




1 


5,064. 


0423 




1 


5,856. 


0421 




3 


5,316. 


0421 




1 


4,176. 


0403 




1 


3,780. 


0403 




2 


4,824. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1597 



330-Forestry Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF FORESTRY AND PARKWAYS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


Positions 


No. 




0403 






4,596. 


0403 




3 


3,780. 


0401 




2 


3,600. 


0401 




2 


3,108. 


0825 




1 


5,316. 


0825 




2 


4,596. 


0823 






4,824. 


0823 






4,824. 


0823 






3,780. 


0821 






3,432. 


0821 






3,432. 


0836 






4,176. 








2,393. 








f 4,586,624. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 V2 months 
by: 

Superintendent of Forestry and Parkways .... 1 

General Tree Foreman 6 

District Tree Foreman 16 



23 $ 15,000. 



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320-Civil Defense Fund 

NO. 3 CIVIL DEFENSE FUND — 320 

CHICAGO CIVIL DEFENSE CORPS 

The Civil Defense Fund is for the purpose of carrying on such functions, other than those for which the 
military forces are primarily responsible to prevent, minimize, repair and alleviate injury and damages result- 
ing from disasters caused by enemy attack, sabotage or other hostile action, or by fire, flood, earthquake or 
other natural causes. ' 

Expenditures made for Civil Defense purposes are maintained by grants from the Federal Government for 
specified objects such as fire fighting equipment, communications, air raid sirens and others. 



Appropriated 



.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 49,512. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 5,488. 

*4810.000 For Personal Services 55,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 5,000. 

*4810.100 For Contractual Services 5,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 5,000. 

*4810.300 For Commodities 5;000. 

.422 Office Machines 2,000. 

.423 Communications Devices 25,000. 

.424 Furniture 10,000. 

*4810.400 For Equipment 37^000. 

*4810.801 For installation of Air Raid Alarm System. . 10,000. 

*4810.802 For general public education and training 
programs relating to protection of life 

and property 28,000. 

*48 10.803 For maintenance and operation of alarm 
equipment and operation of other facili- 
ties relating to the protection of persons 

and property from disaster 50,000. 

*4810.804 For procuring and storage of medical sup- 
plies and equipment as may be author- 
ized by the City Council 60,000. 

*4810.805 For equipment and training material for 

Police and Fire Services 20,000. 

*48 10.806 For such other expenditures as may be 
necessary in accordance with the re- 
quirements of the Illinois Civil Defense 

Act 80,000. 

*Total from Civil Defense Fund $ 350,000. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

9615 Director of Civil Defense 1 $ 12,000. 

9616 Assistant Director of Civil Defense 1 7620. 

8590 Supervisor of Air Raid Warning System 1 5,064. 

0742 Public Information Assistant II 1 g 144. 

0805 Secretary 2 g 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4 380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 s'ysQ 

"~8 $ 49,512. 



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346-Library Fund- 
Maintenance and Operation 

NO. 4 LIBRARY FUlVD— MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION— 346 

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY 

The Library Fund is for the maintenance and operation of the Chicago Public Library and its branches. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 6,125,000 . 

*7110.000 For Personal Services 6,125,000. 

.125 Office and Building Services 5,200. 

.128 Fees and Services 1,880. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 39,600. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.142 Auditing 3,100. 

.145 Legal ^^O. 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 500. 

.150 Publications 12,400. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 14,800. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 81,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 8,000. 

.164 Bookbinding 193,000. 

.169 Technical Meeting Costs ^l^- 

.170 Surety Bond Premiums l^^- 

.172 Insurance 35,900. 

.174 Hauling I'^OO. 

.175 Transportation Charges ^5^- 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City owned Vehicles 9,300. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 93,000. 

.186 Telephone. ^'^'^Q^- 

*7110.100 For Contractual Services 527,625. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 4,200 . 

*7110.200 For Travel 5,200. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 19,800. 

.314 Fuel Oil 23,500. 

.320 Gasoline 4,255. 

.340 Materials and Supplies 46,500. 

.348 Books and Related Materials 914,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 76,600. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not 

Exceeding $10.00) 125. 

*7110.300 For Commodities 1,084,780, 



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346-Ljbrary Funa- 

Maintenance and Operation 

No. 4 Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation — 346 — Continued 

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY— Continued 



Amounts 
Appropriated 

.410 Equipment for Buildings $ 24,800. 

.422 Office Machines 31,000. 

.423 Communication Devices 500. 

.424 Furniture 99,200. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,200. 

.450 Vehicles 4,900. 

*7110.400 For Equipment 161,600. 

*7110.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 

*7 11 0.956 Bank Service Charges 329. 

*7110.960 Loss and Cost in Collecting Taxes 554,240. 

*7110.990 Refunds 6,200. 

■Total from Library Fund — 
Maintenance and Operation $ 8,465,974. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Positions No. Rate 

Grade SR, Part-time Hourly Employes: 
Library Aides; Library Pages 

Group A (first 6 months) $ 1.12h 

Group B (next 6 months) 1.18h 

Group C (next 6 months) 1.23h 

Group D (after 1% years) l.SOh 

Grade 4, Junior Library Clerks: 

Junior Library Assistants 

Group A (first 6 months) 2,820. 

Group B (next 6 months) 2,964. 

Group C (next 6 months) 3,108. 

Group D (next 12 months) 3,264. 

Group E (after 21/2 years) 3,432. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 3,600. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 3,780. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 3,972. 

Grade 6, Senior Library Clerks: 

Group A (first '12 months) 3,432. 

Group B (next 12 months) 3,600. 

Group C (next 12 months) 3,780. 

Group D (next 12 months) 3,972. 

Group E (after 4 years) 4,176. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 4,380. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 4,596. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 4,824. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1603 



346-Library Fund- 
Maintenance and Operation 

No. 4 library Fund — ^Maintenance and Operation — 346 — Continued 

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY— Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Positions No. Rata 

Grade 7, Senior Library Assistants: 
Librarian Trainees 

Group A (first 12 months) $ 3,780. 

Group B (next 12 months) 3,972. 

Group C (next 12 months) 4,176. 

Group D (next 12 months) 4,380. 

Group E (after 4 years) 4,596. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 4,824. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 5,064. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 5,316. 



Grade 8, Principal Library Clerks: 

Group A (first 12 months) 4,176. 

Group B (next 12 months) 4,380. 

Group C (next 12 months) 4,596. 

Group D (next 12 months) 4,824. 

Group E (after 4 years) 5,064. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 5,316. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 5,580. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 5,856. 

Grade 9, Head Library Clerks: 
Head Library Clerks 

Accessions Registry 

Bindery Shipping 

Business Office Supplies & Purchasing 

Lending Varitypist 

Maintenance 

Group A (first 12 months) 4,596. 

Group B (next 12 months) 4,824. 

Group C (next 12 months) 5,064. 

Group D (next 12 months) 5,316. 

Group E (after 4 years) 5,580. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 5,856. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 6,144. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 6,444. 



Grade 11, Library Accounting Clerk: 

Group A (first 12 months) 5,580. 

Group B (next 12 months) 5,856. 

Group C (next 12 months) 6,144. 

Group D (next 12 months) 6,444. 

Group E (after 4 years) 6,768. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 7,104. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 7,464. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 7,836. 



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346-Library Fund- 
Maintenance and Operation 

No. 4 Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation — 346 — Continued 

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY— Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Positions ' No. Rate 



Grade 16, Business Manager: 

Group A (first 12 months) $ 9,072. 

Group B (next 12 months) 9,528. 

Group C (next 12 months) 10,008. 

Group D (next 12 months) 10,512. 

Group E (after 4 years) 11,040. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 11,592. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 12,168. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 12,768. 



Grade 9 

Librarian I Branch Librarian (Grade IV) 

Adult Service Children's Librarian (Grade IV) 

Children's Service Principal Foreign Language Assistant 

Foreign Language Service Principal Library Assistant 

Technical Processes Principal Reference Librarian 



Group A (first 12 months) 4,596. 

Group B (next 12 months) 4,824. 

Group C (next 12 months) 5,064. 

Group D (next 12 months) 5,316. 

Group E (after 4 years) 5,580. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 5,856. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 6,144. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 6,444. 



Grade 10 

Librarian II Branch Librarian (Grade V) 

Central Library Service Children's Librarian (Grade V) 
Central Library Service Head Library Assistant 
Bibliographic Assistant Head Reference Librarian 
Head Assistant-Art 
Music 

Newspaper Service 

Visual Materials 
Branch Library Service 
Children's Librarian 
Technical Processes 
Technical Processes 

Book Selection 
Foreign Language Service . 

Service to the Blind ■ . 

Executive Assistant 



Group A (first 12 months) 5,064. 

Group B (next 12 months) 5,316. 

Group C (next 12 months) 5,580. 

Group D (next 12 months) 5,856. 

Group E (after 4 years) 6,144. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 6,444. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 6,768. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 7,104 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1605 



346-Library Fund- 
Maintenance and Operation 

No. 4 Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation — 346 — Continued 

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY— Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Positions No. Rate 

Grade 12 

Librarian III Branch Librarian (Grade VI) 

Division Chief-Deposits Department 

Administration 

Administrative Assistant 
Personnel 
Branch Librarian 
Children's Librarian 
Department Heads 

Accessions 

Bindery 

Catalog 

Deposits 

Displays 

Lending 

Music 

Natural Science & Useful Arts 
Publications 



Group A (first 12 months) $ 6,144. 

Group B (next 12 months) 6,444. 

Group C (next 12 months) 6,768. 

Group D (next 12 months) 7,104. 

Group E (after 4 years) 7,464. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 7,836. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 8,232. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 8,640. 



Grade 13 

Librarian IV Branch Librarian (Grade VI) 

Division Chief 

Division Chief Chief Shelf Supervisor 

Applied Science & Technology Chief Public Relations 
Art & Visual Materials 
General Circulation 
Education 
Public Relations 
Reference 

Social Sciences & Business 
Regional Branch Librarian 



Group A (first 12 months) 6,768. 

Group B (next 12 months) 7,104. 

Group C (next 12 months) 7,464. 

Group D (next 12 months) 7,836. 

Group E (after 4 years) 8,232. 



Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 8,640. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 9,072. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 9,528. 



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346 -Library Fund- 
Maintenance and Operation 

No. 4 Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation — 346 — Continued 
CfflCAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Positions No. Rate 

Grade 16 

Librarian V Assistant Librarian-Acquisition 



& Preparation 

Assistant Librarian 

Acquisition & Preparation 
Central Library 

Group A (first 12 months) $ 9,072. 

Group B (next 12 months) 9,528. 

Group C (next 12 months) 10,008. 

Group D (next 12 months) 10,512. 

Group E (after 4 years) 11,040. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 11,592. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 12,168. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 12,768. 

Grade 17 

Assistant Librarian 

Group A (first 12 months) 10,008. 

Group B (next 12 months) 10,512. 

Group C (next 12 months) 11,040. 

Group D (next 12 months) 11,592. 

Group E (after 4 years) 12,168. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 12,768. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 13,404. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 14,076. 

Grade 19 

Librarian 

Group A (first 12 months) 13,404. 

Group B (next 12 months) . 14,076. 

Group C (next 12 months) ■ • -■ 14,784. 

Group D (next 12 months) 15,528. 

Group E (after 4 years) 16,308. 

Group F (after 6 years of continuous service) 17,124. 

Group G (after 10 years of continuous service) 17,976. 

Group H (after 16 years of continuous service) 18,876. 

MAINTENANCE DIVISION 

Central Library 

Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 1 9,378. 

Operating Engineer, Group A 2 8,580. 

Fireman 4 25.44d 

Coal Passer 1 24.44d 

Carpenter 3 SO.OOd 

Mosaic Tile Setter 1 30.00d 

Window Washer 3 5,760. 

Elevator Operator 7 4,596. 

Motor Truck Driver 9 6,024. 

Marble Cleaner 1 25.20d 

Janitor 1 7,104. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1607 



346-Library Fund- 
Maintenance and Operation 

No. 4 Library Fund — Maintenance and Operation — 346 — Continued 

CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY— Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Positions No. Rate 

Janitor 1 $ 5,856. 

Janitor 2 5,166. ^ 

Janitor 29 4,914. 

Janitress 1 4,566. 

Janitress 2 4,368. 

Guard 9 4,758. 

Branch Libraries 

Janitor 2 6,450. 

Janitor 2 6,060. 

Janitor 5 5,910. 

Janitor 4 5,538. 

Janitor 1 5,448. 

Janitor 7 5,280. 

Janitor 16 4,914. 

Part-time Janitors and Janitresses 

Janitor 3 2,238. 

Janitor - Janitress 5 2,148. 

Janitor 5 1,884. 

Janitor 5 i,818. 

Janitor - Janitress 22 1 608. 



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342-Public Library-Buildings and Sites 

NO. 5 LIBRARY FUND— BUILDINGS AND SITES— 342 

The Building and Sites Fund is used for the acquisition, construction and equipment of library buildings, 
for the repair and alteration of library buildings, and the rental of library buildings. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.144 Engineering $ 12,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 156,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 78,000. 

•7110.100 For Contractual Services 246,000. 

.410 Equipment for Buildings 42,000. 

.422 Office Machines 700. 

.424 Furniture 72,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 1,050. 

*7110.400 For Equipment 115,750. 

.526 Improvement 

(Installation of New Elevators) 78,000. 

.540 Erection or Construction of 

Structures or Works 238,900. 

*7110.500 For Permanent Improvements 316,900. 

Land: 

.610 Acquisition of Property 47,600. 

.640 Expense Incidental to Purchase, Sale or 

Condemnation 3,000. 

*7110.600 For Land 50,600. 

*7110.700 For Contingencies 1,000. 

*7110.960 Loss and Cost in Collecting Taxes 49,760. 

*TotaI from Library Fund — Buildings and 

Sites $ 780,010. 



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December 8, 1959 



350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

NO. 6 MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM FUND— 350 

MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM 

This fund is for the treatment and care of persons afflicted with tuberculosis. It is under the direction of a 
Board appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the City Council. 

The State makes contributions for the needs of this fund in excess of the amount available under the 
maximum tax levy under prescribed limitations. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 6,831,701. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 24,000. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 31,436. 

.035 Adjustment in Salaries of Transferred, 
Reinstated, Promoted and Reclassified 

Employes 10,000. 

.040 Adjustment to Prevailing Rates of Per 

Diem Employes 9,000 - 

*3210.000 For Personal Services 6,906,137. 

.120 Institutional Care 12,000. 

.125 Office and Building Services 7,200. 

.128 Fees and Services 6,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 24,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.142 Auditing 4,500. 

.145 Legal 10,000. 

.149 Other Professional and Technical 

Services 12,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 30,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 7,200. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 452,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 48,000. 

.164 Bookbinding 1,800. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 2,400. 

.172 Insurance 24,000. 

.175 Transportation Charges 

(exclusive of Travel) 2,400. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 78,000. 

.184 Heat, Light and Power (Municipal) 3,000. 

.186 Telephone 45,000. 

•3210.100 For Contractual Services 769,500. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 5,693. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 3,600. 

.270 Local Transportation 3,600. 

*3210.200 For Travel 12,893. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 600. 

.314 Fuel Oil 96,000. 

.320 Gasoline 8,000. 

.330 Food 756,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 200,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 300,000. 

.343 X-Ray Supplies 150,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 12,000. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 



Amounts 

!— Appropriated 

Code 

.348 Books and Related Materials $ 6,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 30,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Materials 200,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not 

Exceeding $10.00) 3,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 3.000- 

*3210.300 For Commodities 1,764,600. 



.410 Equipment for Buildings 

.422 Office Machines 

.424 Furniture 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 

.445 Technical and Scientific Equipment 

.450 Vehicles 

*3210.400 For Equipment 



.540 Erection of New Clinic 250,000. 

*3210.500 For Permanent Improvements 250,000. 

Land: 

.610 Acquisition for New Clinic 20,000. 

*3210.600 For Land 20,000. 

*3210.700 For Contingencies 4,850. 

.930 General Assistance for the Needy 1,200. 

*3210.936 Claims under Workmen's Compensation 

Act 24,000. 

For reimbursement to Corporate Fund for 
institutional care at the Municipal Con- 

*3210.992 tagious Disease Hospital 98,820. 

*3210.960 Loss and Cost in Collecting of Taxes 600,000 . 



*Total from Municipal Tuberculosis 

Sanitarium Fund $10,617,000. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

When authorized at the discretion of the Board of Directors, all employes under this fund are to receive 
one meal daily for each day worked at the Sanitarium, at the North Riverside Branch and at the Municipal 
Tuberculosis Sanitarium Section of the Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. 

The salaries and wage rates listed under this fund are without any deductions for full maintenance. If full 
maintenance is given, the rate of pay shall be reduced by $40.00 per month; provided that for these positions 
specifying that full maintenance for self and family is allowed, there shall be no deductions. 

It is provided hereby that Attendants, Hospital Helpers, and Scrubwomen may be employed on a part 
time basis (half-day or shift), and that when so employed the amount of wages or salaries paid shall be com- 
puted at one-half of the regular monthly or annual salary or wage rate. 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 3211 
ADMINISTRATIVE 

3330 Medical Director MTS (full maintenance for 
self and family) 

9653 General Superintendent MTS (full main- 
tenance for self and family) 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 

151J Buyer I 



15,000. 

9,000. 
33,000. 
24,000. 
75,000. 

9,000. 
165,000. 



1 $ 19,824. 

1 15,528. 

1 7,104. 

1 4,824. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 
Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Position s No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 3211— Continued 
ADMINISTRATIVE— Continued 

0805 Secretary 2 $ 5,580. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4 324. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3 iqq 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 198. 

~8 66,570. 

ACCOUNTING 

0154 Chief Auditor (MTS) 1 12,168. 

0103 Accountant III 1 7 104. 

0102 Accountant II 1 5 530. 

0101 Accountant I 2 4,596. 

0108 Principal Bookkeeper # 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4^1 76. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3 972 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4*824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3 108. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,780. 

0834 Typist 1 3'io8. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,106. 

~T8 87,542. 

PAYROLL 

0301 Administrative Assistant 1 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 377. 

'~6 28,181. 

COST AND INVENTORY CONTROL 

1850 Supervisor of Inventory Control 1 1 6,444. 

0108 Principal Bookkeeper # 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 342. 

^ ~6 28,350. 

POST OFFICE 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 

~3 11,580. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

TELEPHONE 

0683 Telephone Operator # 1 $ 4,824. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 4,596. 

0683 Telephone Operator 2 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 180. 

^ 16,800. 

STOREROOM 

1817 Head Storekeeper # 1 6,252. 

1805 Stockhandler 5 4,914. 

'~6 30,822 . 

Administration 51 269,845. 

IN-PATIENT CARE AND TREATMENT— 3212 
MAIN SANITARIUM 

MEDICAL SERVICE 

3381 Chief Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 17,976. 

3382 Chief Physician (Thoracic Surgery) 1 17,124. 

3380 Chief Physician (Radiology) 1 16,308. 

3379 Assistant Chief Physician (Tuberculosis) 2 14,784. 

3378 Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 12,768. 

3378 Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 2 12,168. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 5 11,592. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 2 11,040. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 3 10,008. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 9,528. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 3 9,072. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) (PT-B) 1 5,712. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) (PT-B) 1 5,448. 

3304 Anesthesiologist 1 12,168. 

3317 Resident Physician (TB) Assigned in charge. . 1 5,316. 

3317 Resident Physician (Tuberculosis) 10 4,596. 

3361 Attending Physician (366d) 25.00d 

3361 Attending Physician '750v) 25.00v 

3342 Consulting Physician (950v) 25.00v 

3134 Medical Technologist II 1 4,596. 

3136 Cardiopulmonary Technologist 1 5,316. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 4,004. 

~38 405,058. 

PHARMACY 

3126 Director of Drugs and Biologies 1 6,768. 

3117 Pharmacist 1 4,824. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 1 4,914. 

2795 Porter 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 126. 

^ 20,412. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Cgde Positions No. Rats 

DENTAL 

3212 Senior Dentist (PT-B) 2 $ 4,476. 

3210 Dental Hygienist 1 4,596. 

~3 13,548. 

X-RAY 

3167 Principal X-Ray Technician 1 6,444. 

3165 Senior X-Ray Technician 3 4,824. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 2 3,780. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 2 3,108. 

3612 Hospital Attendant 3 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 156. 

H 46488^ 

MEDICAL RECORDS AND CLERICAL 

1702 Medical Records Librarian 1 5,580. 

0501 Librarian I 1 4,596. 

1740 Registrar (MTS) 1 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0846 Medical Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0846 Medical Stenographer 4 4,176. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 6,144. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 2 5,316. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 2 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,176. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 2 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,432. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 3,972. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 2,198. 

^ 128,438. 

SOCIAL SERVICE 

3580 Director of Social Service 1 7,836. 

3579 Principal Social Service Worker 1 6,144. 

3578 Senior Social Service Worker 5 5,580. 

3578 Senior Social Service Worker 1 4 596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 282. 

~J0 55,602. 

NURSING SERVICE 

3625 Director of Nurses 1 9,528. 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses 4 5,856. 



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Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



No. 


Rate 


17 $ 


5,316. 


2 


5,064. 


2 


4,DyD. 


6 


5,064. 


2 


4,824. 


1 


4,596. 


58 


4,824. 


7 


4,596. 


8 


4,380. 


9 


4,176. 


(8784hr) 2.00h 


136 


3,780. 


2 


3,780. 


2 


3,108. 


1 


2,796. 




3,456. 


258 


1,123,536. 


1 


7,836. 


2 


5,580. 


1 


3,780. 




264. 


4 


23,040. 



Code Positions 

NURSING SERVICE— Continued 

3616 Head Nurse 

3616 Head Nurse 

3616 Head Nurse 

3617 Surgical Nurse 

3617 Surgical Nurse 

3617 Surgical Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3G15 Hospital Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3615 Hospital Nurse 

3612 Hospital Attendant 

3612 Hospital Attendant # 

0834 Typist 

2661 Barber 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 

NURSING EDUCATION 

3638 Director of Nurses Training (MTS) 

3634 Nursing Instructor 

3612 Hospital Attendant # 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

Fifty per cent of the expenditures for Voca- 
tional Rehabilitation is reimbursed by the 
State of Illinois Division of Vocational 
Rehabilitation. 

3553 Rehabilitation Coordinator 1 7,836. 

3509 Occupational Therapist III 1 5,856. 

3508 Occupational Therapist II 1 5,064. 

3507 Occupational Therapist 1 3 4,596. 

3587 Supervisor of Vocational Counseling 1 5,856. 

3586 Vocational Counselor 1 5,316. 

3586 Vocational Counselor 1 4,824. 

3586 Vocational Counselor 1 4,596. 

3588 Vocational Teacher 2 4,824. 

3588 Vocational Teacher 2 4,596. 

3588 Vocational Teacher (PT-B) 2 3,684. 

0537 Senior Library Clerk 1 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0645 Motion Picture Machine Operator (53d) 18.72d 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,103. 

~2i 99,979. 

LABORATORY 

3357 Chief Pathologist 1 17,976. 

5524 Chemist IV 1 9,528. 

5522 Chemist II 1 5,580. 

5521 Chemist I 1 5,316. 



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Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

LABORATORY— Continued 

3104 Bacteriologist IV 1 $ 8,232. 

3103 Bacteriologist III 1 5,856. 

3101 Bacteriologist I 5 4,596. 

3135 Medical Technologist III 1 6,444. 

3134 Medical Technologist II 1 6,444. 

3134 Medical Technologist II 1 4,596. 

3133 Medical Technologist 1 1 4,380. 

3133 Medical Technologist 1 12 5,064. 

3133 Medical Technologist 1 1 5,580. 

3133 Medical Technologist I 3 4,824. 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 12 3,972. 

3131 Laboratory Assistant 1 4 3,264. 

3131 Laboratory Assistant 1 3 3,600. 

0506 Librarian II 1 5,856. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,600. 

0655 Photographer 1 5,316. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man # 2 4,914. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 2,671. 

~59 294,895. 

DIETARY 

2761 Director of Food Service 1 9,072. 

2759 Assistant Director of Food Service 1 7,104. 

2757 Dietitian 2 5,316. 

2758 Supervisor of Dietary Service 5 4,596. 

2758 Supervisor of Dietary Service 1 3,780. 

2763 Supervisor of Kitchen # 2 4,596. 

2737 Head Cook 2 6,396. 

2735 Cook 18 5,196. 

2714 Butcher 2 5,346. 

9557 Hospital Helper 142 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 96. 

177 720,228. 

HOUSEKEEPING 

2620 Head Housekeeper (full maintenance) 1 5,022. 

2616 Senior Housekeeper 2 5,064. 

2656 Senior Seamstress 1 3,780. 

2617 Matron and Housekeeper # 1 4,788. 

2655 Seamstress 1 3,780. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 45 4,914. 

4244 Scrubwoman 44 3,780. 

~95 414,948. 



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Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

LAUNDRY 

2639 Laundry Manager 1 $ 5,646. 

2637 Laundry Supervisor 1 4,878. 

2633 Laundryman 7 4,764. 

9557 Hospital Helper ^ 3,780. 

48 191,292. 

POWER PLANT 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A 1 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer, Group C 1 7,074. 

7705 Boiler Washer (255d) 1 25.84d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (278d) 4 25.44d 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 716.00m 

4756 Foreman of Plumbers # 1 762.50m 

4754 Plumber 4 719.00m 

4774 Steamfitter 3 719.00m 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

9583 Sewer Laborer # (255d) 1 24.20d 

1805 Stockhandler 1 4,914. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 4 4,914. 

Vacation relief for all mechanical trades 4,470. 

Overtime for mechanical trades 479. 

^ 238,598. 

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 

4526 General Foreman of General Trades 1 9,528. 

4301 Carpenter (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 1 32.00d 

4301 Carpenter (255d) 6 30.00d 

4335 Glazier (255d) 1 31.12d 

4401 Bricklayer (Sub-Foreman) 1 8,994. 

4401 Bricklayer (255d) 1 32.60d 

4435 Cement Finisher (255d) 1 31.20d 

4455 Plasterer (255d) 2 31.60d 

4501 Slate Roofer (255d) 1 32.96d 

4634 Painter (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 1 32.40d 

4634 Painter (255d) 11 28.80d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (Sub-Foreman) (255d). . 1 32.60d 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (255d) 2 31.60d 

4543 Foreman of Hospital Maintenance Men 5 5,340. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 23 4,914. 

4212 Fire Prevention Officer 1 5,508. 

4216 Head Guard 1 5,568. 

4215 Assistant Head Guard 1 4,908. 

4218 Guard (MTS) 10 4,716. 

4101 Elevator Operator 3 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

Overtime for general trades 5,053. 

~75 460,089. 

GROUNDS 

3911 Horticulturist (full maintenance for self 

and family) 1 5,298. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 4,914. 

18 88,836. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 
Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

GARAGE 

7185 Foreman of Motor Truck Drivers 1$ 6,756. 

7114 Chauffeur 3 6,024. 

7183 Motor Truck Driver 6 6,024. 

7181 Motor Truck Driver Helper 10 5,712. 

Vacation Relief 5,897. 

~J9 123,989 . 

Total for Main Sanitarium 901 4,448,676. 

NORTH RIVERSIDE 
ADMINISTRATIVE 

0327 Superintendent of North Riverside 

(full maintenance for self and family) 1 9,072. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0683 Telephone Operator 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 90. 

3 17,358. 

MEDICAL SERVICE 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 11,040. 

3378 Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 11,592. 

(full maintenance for self and family) 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 2 9,528. 

3361 Attending Physician (part-time) (366d) 12.50d 

3133 Medical Technologist I 1 5,064. 

3131 Laboratory Assistant 1 1 3,108. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,084. 

8 64,711. 

NURSING SERVICE 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses 1 6,144. 

3616 Head Nurse 1 5,856. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 9 4,824. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 1 4,596. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 3 4,176. 

3612 Hospital Attendant 12 3,780. 

2661 Barber 1 2,796. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 439. 

~28 121,135. 

SOCIAL SERVICE 

3578 Senior Social Service Worker 1 5,580. 

i 5,580. 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

3587 Supervisor of Vocational Counseling 1 5,856. 

3508 Occupational Therapist II 1 5,064. 

3507 Occupational Therapist 1 1 4,596. 

3588 Vocational Teacher 2 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 240. 

^ 25,404. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

DIETARY 

2758 Supervisor of Dietary Service 1 $ 4,596. 

2737 Head Cook 1 6,396. 

2735 Cook (assigned in charge) 1 5,676. 

2735 Cook 4 5,196. 

9557 Hospital Helper 20 3,780. 

^ 113,052. 

GENERAL PLANT CARE 

4543 Foreman of Hospital Maintenance Men 1 5,340. 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 10 4,914. 

4211 Assistant Fire Prevention Officer 1 4,488. 

4218 Guard (MTS) 6 4,716. 

4244 Scrubwoman 8 3,780. 

~26 117,504. 

POWER PLANT 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 1 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer, Group A 3 8,580. 

7775 Stationary Fireman (313d) 3 25.44d 

4754 Plumber 1 719.00m 

Vacation relief for all mechanical trades 3,450. 

~8 71,084. 

GROUNDS 

9438 Hospital Maintenance Man 2 4,914. 

"2 9,828 . 

Total for North Riverside 108 545,656. 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASE HOSPITAL 
MEDICAL SERVICE 

3378 Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 12,168. 

3107 Senior Bacteriologist # 1 5,856. 

3342 Consulting Physician (50V) 25.00v 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 450. 

~3 23,504. 

NURSING SERVICE 

3618 Supervisor of Nurses 1 5,316. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 7 4,824. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 1 4,596. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 2 4,380. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 2 4,176. 

3612 Hospital Attendant 18 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 540. 

~31 129,372. 

DIETARY 

9557 Hospital Helper 7 3,780. 

~1 26,460. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium- — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


Positions 


No. 


Rate 




GENERAL PLANT CARE 






9438 


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2 $ 


4,914. 


4244 




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0403 






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0401 






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0401 






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0401 






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0401 






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1 


5,580. 


0825 


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1 


5,064. 


A O O C 

0825 




1 


A RQR 


0823 


Senior Stenographer 


i 


4,oyD. 


0823 


Senior Stenographer 


3 


3,780. 


0821 


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4 


3,600. 


0821 




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3381 




1 


17,976. 


3378 


Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 


2 


12,768. 


3378 


Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) . . . . 


2 


12,168. 


3378 


Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 


1 


11,592. 


3378 


Principal Physician (Tuberculosis) 


1 


10,008. 


3377 


Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 


2 


11,592. 


3377 


Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 


7 


11,040. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

MEDICAL SERVICE— Continued 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 $ 10,512. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 10,008. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 2 9,528. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) 4 9,072. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) (PT-B) 1 6,624. 

3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) (PT-B) 1 5,448. 

3386 Senior Roentgenologist 1 12,768. 

3361 Attending Physician (200v) 25.00v 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 4,426. 

~27 300,042. 

NURSING SERVICE 

3757 Director of Public Health Nurses 1 8,640. 

3754 Public Health Nurse IV (assigned in charge) . 1 6,144. 

3754 Public Health Nurse IV 1 5,856. 

3753 Public Health Nurse III 3 5,856. 

3753 Public Health Nurse III 1 5,316. 

3753 Public Health Nurse III 1 5,580. 

3753 Public Health Nurse III 1 5,064. 

3752 Public Health Nurse II 6 5,316. 

3752 Public Health Nurse II 4 4,596. 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 17 5,064. 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 9 4,596. 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 4 4,380. 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 7 4,176. 

3751 Public Health Nurse I 28 4,824. 

3613 Practical Nurse 11 3,780. 

3613 Practical Nurse 3 3,600. 

3613 Practical Nurse 2 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 3,020. 

Too 475,988. 

X-RAY 

3169 Chief X-Ray Technician 1 7,836. 

3167 Principal X-Ray Technician 1 5,580. 

3165 Senior X-Ray Technician 10 4,824. 

3165 Senior X-Ray Technician 1 4,596. 

3165 Senior X-Ray Technician 2 4,176. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 2 3,972. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 10 3,780. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 1 3,600. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 1 3,264. 

3163 Junior X-Ray Technician 7 3,108. 

Vacation Relief 11,946. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,005. 

^ 161,919. 



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350-Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund 

Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions 

SOCIAL SERVICE 

3578 Senior Social Service Worker 
3578 Senior Social Service Worker 
Schedule Salary Adjustment 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

3586 Vocational Counselor 

3586 Vocational Counselor 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 



No. Rate 



2 $ 5,580. 
1 4,596. 

114. 

^ 15,870. 



2 5,580. 
1 4,596. 

114. 

3 15,870. 





GENERAL PLANT CARE 






9438 




5 


4,914. 


4244 




5 


3,780. 






10 


43,470. 




BCG CLINIC 






3363 




1 


4,914. 


3363 


Physician (PT-B) 


1 


3,864. 


3751 




2 


4,380. 


0401 




1 


4,176. 


0401 




1 


3,780. 


0821 




1 


3,600. 




Schedule Salary Adjustment 




171. 






7 


29,265. 



DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC 

^ 3377 Senior Physician (Tuberculosis) (PT-B) 1 5,712. 

3615 Hospital Nurse 1 4,824. 

3612 Hospital Attendant 2 3,780. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 96. 

6 26,148. 



Out-patient Treatment and Control 276 1,394,676 . 

1,383 $ 6,863,137. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for the use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 y2 months 
by: 

Chief Physician (Tuberculosis) 1 

Director of Public Health Nurses. . 1 

Public Health Nurse IV (assigned in charge) . 1 

Public Health Nurse IV 1 

Assistant Chief Clerk 1 

Chief X-Ray Technician 1 

Senior X-Ray Technician 2 



8 $ 5,693. 



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1625 



660-City Relief Fund 

NO. 7 CITY RELIEF FUND — 660 

This fund is for general assistance to be expended and administered by the Department of Welfare of 
Cook County as provided in the "Public Assistance Code" of Illinois. 

The aggregate amount to be appropriated hereunder shall equal the maximum authorized tax rate re- 
quired to qualify this fund for additional money available for expenditures from State funds. The maximum 
authorized tax rate is .10 per cent of the last known total equalized value of all taxable property within the 
City. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

For general assistance to persons in need 
thereof, residing within the City of Chi- 
cago, and expenditures for the adminis- 

*9112.930 tration thereof $10,834,016. 

*9114.960 For Loss and Cost in Collecting Taxes 783,894. 



*Total from City Relief Fund $11,617,910. 



NO. 8 JUDGMENT TAX FUND — 495 

DEBT SERVICE 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

For payment of principal and interest on 
•^9112.905 judgments $ 1,635,000. 



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510-Bond Redemption and Interest Fund 

NO. 9 BOND REDEMPTION AND INTEREST FUND— 510 

DEBT SERVICE 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

Amounts to be levied in 1960 for the pay- 
ment of bonds and interest on bonds: 

Airport— 1945 $ 750,000. 

Airport— 1957 500,000. 

Bridge— 1951 600,000. 

Bridge Construction — 1953 687,000. 

Bridge and Viaduct— 1957 200,000. 

Bridge, Grade Separation and Viaduct — 

1959 500,000. 

Central Municipal Heating Plant and 

System— 1953 137,000. 

City Building— 1953 275,000. 

City Garage and Repair Shops — 1947 30,000. 

City Sign Shop and Storage Yard— 1955. . 44,000. 

Community Conservation Areas — 1957.. 150,000. 

Docks and Piers — 1957 100,000. 

Dock and Pier — 1959 200,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System — 1947... 300,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1951. . . 600,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System — 1953... 687,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System— 1955. . . 869,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System — 1956. . . 550,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System — 1957... 200,000. 

Electric Street Lighting System — 1958. . . 1,100,000. 

Electric Street Lighting — 1959 1,000,000. 

Fire Department Equipment — 1952 220,000. 

Fire Department Equipment — 1957 200,000. 

House of Correction — 1952 275,000. 

House of Correction— 1957 100,000. 

Municipal Buildings— 1957 100,000. 

Playground— 1945 100,000. 

Playground— 1947 125,000. 

Playground and Recreation — 1957 125,000. 

Police and Fire Department Building — 

1945 100,000. 

Police and Fire Department Building — - 

1951 150,000. 

Refuse Disposal — 1951 150,000. 

Refuse Disposal— 1953 687,000. 

Refuse Disposal— 1957 100,000. 

Rehousing— 1947 750,000. 

Sewer— 1947 4,250,000. 

Sewer— 1955 1,738,000. 

Sewer— 1957 100,000. 

Sewer— 1959 500,000. 

Slum Clearance— 1947 750,000. 

Slum Clearance— 1957 150,000. 

Street and Alley Reconstruction and 

Improvement — 1947 500,000. 

Subway— 1952 1,760,000. 

Superhighway — 1947 3,000,000. 

Superhighway— 1952 1,045,000. 

Superhighway Median Strips — 1957 150,000. 

Voting Machine — 1947 400,000. 

•9112.912 Total for payment of bonds ~27,004,000. 

*9112.914 For interest on bonds 10,136.232. 

Total for principal and interest ^77l40,232. 

*9112.960 For Loss and Cost in Collecting Taxes 3,229,585. 



*Total Bond Redemption and Interest Fund. 40,369,817. 



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Pension Funds 



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1627 



_ J Amounts 

Appropriated 

NO. 10 POLICEMEN'S ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND— 683 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 
1960 as certified to the City Council by the 
Retirement Board of the Policemen's An- 
nuity and Benefit Fund of the City of 
Chicago for the purpose of providing 
revenue for the fund under the provisions 
of an act entitled, "An Act to provide for 
the creation, setting apart, maintenance 
and administration of a policemen's an- 
nuity and benefit fund in cities having a 
population exceeding two hundred thou- 
sand inhabitants," approved June 29, 1921, 
*9216.976 as amended $ 8,893,000. 



NO. 11 FIREMEN'S ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND— 684 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 
1960 as certified to the City Council by the 
Retirement Board of the Firemen's An- 
nuity and Benefit Fund of the City of Chi- 
cago for the purpose of providing revenue 
for the fund under the provisions of an act 
entitled, "An Act to provide for the crea- 
tion, setting apart, maintenance and ad- 
ministration of a firemen's annuity and 
benefit fund in cities having a population 
exceeding five hundred thousand 
inhabitants," approved June 12, 1931, as 
*9216.976 amended $ 7,407,000. 



NO. 12 MUNICIPAL EMPLOYES' ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND— 681 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 
1960 as certified to the City Council by the 
Retirement Board of the Municipal Em- 
ployes' Annuity and Benefit Fund of the 
City of Chicago for the purpose of pro- 
viding revenue for the fund under the 
provisions of an act entitled, "An Act 
to provide for the creation, setting apart, 
maintenance and administration of a mu- 
nicipal employes', officers', and officials' 
annuity and benefit fund in cities having 
a population exceeding two hundred 
thousand inhabitants," approved June 29, 
*9216.976 1921, as amended $ 9,251,000. 



NO. 13 LABORERS' AND RETIREMENT BOARD EMPLOYES' 
ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND — 682 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 
1960 as certified to the City Council by the 
Retirement Board of the Laborers' and Re- 
tirement Board Employes' Annuity and 
Benefit Fund of the City of Chicago for the 
purpose of providing revenue for the fund 
under the provisions of an act entitled, "An 
Act to provide for the creation, setting 
apart, maintenance and administration of 
a laborers' retirement board employes' 
annuity and benefit fund in cities having a 
population exceeding two hundred thou- 
sand inhabitants," approved June 21, 1935, 
*9216.976 as amended $ 3,470,000. 



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Pension Funds 

Amounts 

_ , Appropriated 



NO. 14 HOUSE OF CORRECTION EMPLOYES' PENSION FUND— 687 

For the amount of tax to be levied in the year 
1960 as certified to the City Council by the 
Board of Trustees of the House of Correc- 
tion Employes' Pension Fund for the pur- 
pose of providing revenue for the fund 
under the provisions of an act entitled, "An 
Act to provide for the setting apart, forma- 
tion and disbursement of a House of Cor- 
rection Employes' Pension Fund in cities 
having a population exceeding one hun- 
dred and fifty thousand inhabitants," ap- 
•9216.976 proved June 10, 1911, as amended $ 66,000. 



NO. 15 PARK EMPLOYES' ANNUITY AND BENEFIT FUND— 691 

For City's contribution to provide the bene- 
fits to which park district employes, their 
dependents and beneficiaries are entitled 
under the provisions of "An Act to pro- 
vide for the creation, setting apart, for- 
mation, administration and disbursement 
of a park employes' and retirement board 
employes' annuity and benefit fund" as 
amended by act approved July 11, 1957. 
in respect to park district employes, other 
than policemen, vi^ho are transferred to the 
employment of the city by virtue of "An 
Act in relation to an exchange of certain 
functions, property and personnel among 
cities, and park districts having coexten- 
sive geographic areas and populations in 
excess of 500,000", approved July 5, 1957, 
*9216.976 effective January 1, 1959 ^ 104,^2/ . 



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1629 



- 200 -Water Fund 

NO. 16 WATER FUND— 200 
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE — GENERAL 

All expenditures and encumbrances hereunder to be processed through the accounting office of the De- 
partment of Water and Sewers. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

For payment of salaries and wages of 
City employes who re-enter the City's 
service after having served in the 
land, air or naval forces or merchant 

.035 marine of the United States $ 1,000. 

Adjustment in Salaries of transferred, 
reinstated, promoted and reclassified 

.035 employes 11,000. 

Adjustment to Prevailing Rates of Per 

Diem Employes: 
For adjustments in wages of per diem 
employes to conform with prevailing 
rates, when approved by the City 

.040 Council 10,000. 

*9112.000 For Personal Services 22,000. 

.150 Printing water certificates 20,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 5,000. 

.170 Surety Bond Premiums 10,000. 

.186 Telephone 4,000. 

*9112.100 For Contractual Services 39,000. 



Furniture, Communication and Office 
Equipment 

(To be expended under the direction of 
the Budget Director on departmental 
requisitions and to be accounted for by 

.420 bureaus and divisions as expended.) 30,000. 

*9112.400 For Equipment 30,000. 

*9112.801 Expense of Investigations by Committee 

on Finance 60,000. 

•9112.802 Legal and all other expense, except 
printing, incidental to issuing water 

certificates 25,000. 

Claims: 

*9112.935 Against Water Fund 10,000. 

*9112.936 Under Workmen's Compensation Act 280,000. 

For payments to City pension funds in 
lieu of contributions by officers and 
employes on leave of absence for train- 
ing or service in the land, air or naval 
forces or merchant marine of the 

•9112.972 United States 1,000. 

•9112.984 Taxes and Special Assessments on Water 

Fund Property 500. 

For payment of claims on account of 
cancelled warrants, moneys deposited in 
the Water Fund from Unclaimed Wages 
Account and Suspense Account and for 
refunding duplicate payments and pay- 

*9112 990 ments made in error 3,000. 



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December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 



Department of Finance — General — Continued 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

Reimbursements : 

To the Corporate Purposes Fund for 
expenses in various departments 
common to both Corporate and Water 

*9112.992 Funds chargeable to the Water Fund $ 1,470,000. 

*91 12.993 To certain corporations for money ad- 
vanced for laying water pipe 50,000. 

Reimbursements-Purchasing Department 
Services: 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes 
Fund for services furnished by the 

*9112.999 Department of Purchases 

*Total for Department of Finance-General. . $ 2,170,500. 

DEBT SERVICE 

*9112.901 Interest on judgments $ 2,000. 

*91 12.902 Interest on Water Works System Certifi- 
cates of Indebtedness Bonds 6,111,000. 

*9 112.903 Interest on Water Pipe Extension Cer- 
tificates 2,000. 

♦9112.904 For payment of judgments 50,000. 

*9 112.906 For payment of 90 per cent refunds of 
special assessments paid for water sup- 
ply pipes 75,000. 

*91 12.908 For redemption of Water Works System 
Certificates of Indebtedness Bonds due 

May 1, 1960 600,000. 

*9112.908 For redemption of Water Works System 
Certificates of Indebtedness Bonds due 

June 1, 1960 2,560,000. 

*9112.908 For redemption of Water Works System 
Certificates of Indebtedness Bonds due 

April 1, 1960 2,300,000. 

$11,700,000. 



REAL ESTATE CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

The Real Estate Capital Account is established for the purpose of purchasing or 
acquiring real property for the use and benefit of the City government, the 
cost of which is to be reimbursed from appropriations of City funds. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limi- 
tations of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the 
conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

Expenditures are authorized for the purchase of real estate and payment of costs 
incident to acquiring real estate, and such expenditures shall be reimbursed in 
full from appropriations properly chargeable thereof. 



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December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASES, CONTRACTS AND SUPPLIES 

The Water Fund is to be reimbursed at actual cost from all other City funds and agencies receiving bene- 
fits from the municipal warehouse. 

All expenditures and encumbrances hereunder to be processed through the accounting office of the De- 



partment of Water and Sewers. 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 66,544. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 318. 

*1810.000 For Personal Services 66,862. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 37,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 5,000. 

*1810.100 For Contractual Services 42,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 4,000. 

* 18 10.200 For Travel 4,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 3,000. 

.445 Technical and Scientific Equipment 2,000. 

*1810.400 For Equipment 5,000. 

*Total for Department of Purchases, 

Contracts and Supplies $ 117,862. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

WAREHOUSE AND STORES— 1818 

4101 Elevator Operator 2 $ 4,596. 

4265 Watchman 6 4,122. 

Relief 2,500 . 

^ 36,424. 

TESTING AND INSPECTION— 1816 

5511 Chemical Engineer I 1 5,856. 

1535 Material Inspector 2 5,748. 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 1 5,064. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 318. 

~~6 30,438". 

U $ 66,862. 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCII^CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS 

BUREAU OF PLUMBING INSPECTION 

All expenditures and encumbrances hereunder to be processed through the accounting office of the 
Department of Water and Sewers. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages-on Payroll $ 400,476. 

*4318.000 For Personal Services $ 400,476. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
PLUMBING AND COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS— 4318 

Code Positions No. Rate 

2237 Chief Plumbing Inspector 1$ 11,592. 

2235 Supervising Plumbing Inspector 3 860.50m 

2233 Plumbing Inspector in Charge 4 828.00m 

2231 Plumbing Inspector 31 762.50m 

2232 Plumbing Plan Examiner # _4 719.00m 

43 $ 400,476. 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200 -Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 

The Commissioner of Water and Sewers is in charge of the operation and maintenance of the water works 
and sewer system, including the collection of water rates and fees and the issuance of permits in connection 
with the systems. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 279,196. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 3,974. 

*8110.000 For Personal Services 283,170. 

.125 Office and Building Services 350. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 150. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.150 Publications 4,500. 

.155 Rental of Property 600. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 7,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 2,300. 

.164 Bookbinding 125. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 200. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 1,000. 

.186 Telephone 400. 

*8110.100 For Contractual Services 16,625. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 2,400. 

.240 Direct Payment to Private Agencies pro- 
viding Transportation or Related Services. 100. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 175. 

*&110.200 For Travel 3,675. 

.340 Material and Supplies 800. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 3,000. 

*8110.300 For Commodities 3,800. 

.450 Vehicles 2,100. 

*8110.400 For Equipment 2,100. 

•8110.700 For Contingencies 500. 

*Total for Commissioner's Office $ 309,870. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



200'-WaterFund 

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POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Coda Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 8 111 

9668 Commissioner of Water and Sewers 1 $ 20,500. 

5906 Administrative Engineer of Water and 

Sewers 1 14,784. 

5955 Safety Director 1 9,072. 

5951 Safety Engineer I 1 5,580. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 8,640. 

0303 Administrative Assistant III 1 8,232. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,640. 

"To 90,384. 

OPERATING METHODS— 8112 

1177 Chief Operations Analyst 1 10,512. 

1176 Assistant Chief Operations Analyst 1 8,232. 

1175 Senior Operations Analyst 1 9,072. 

1175 Senior Operations Analyst 2 9,072. 

1173 Operations Analyst 1 7,836. 

1173 Operations Analyst 1 7 464. 

1173 Operations Analyst 1 6,444. 

5039 Electrical Mechanic (Radio) 1 716.00m 

0834 Typist 1 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 571. 

To 79,975. 

CENTRAL WATER FUND ACCOUNTING— 8114 

0171 Supervisor of Water Utility Accounting 1 12,168. 

0172 Assistant Supervisor of Water Utility 

Accounting 1 7,836. 

0103 Accountant III 1 6,444. 

0103 Accountant III 2 6,144. 

0102 Accountant II 2 5,580. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4 595. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6^444. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk # . . 1 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,780. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman 1 1 5,856. 

04O1 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0625 Mechanical Records Clerk II 1 3,780. 

0675 Principal Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,316. 



1638 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 $ 4,176. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 1 3,780. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,763. 

20 112,811. 
'40 $ 283,170. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 Vz months 
by: 

Administrative Engineer of Water and Sewers 1 

Safety Director 1 

Senior Operations Analyst 2 

~4 $ 2,400. 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

200 -Water Fund 



DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 

BUREAU OF WATER 

CHIEF WATER ENGINEER'S OFFICE 

The Chief Water Engineer is Deputy Commissioner of Water and xmder the Commissioner has charge ol 
the Water Works System. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 171,780. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments. 1,385 . 

*8210.000 For Personal Services 173,165. 

.125 Office and Building Services 700. 

.128 Fees and Services 25. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 400. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.144 Engineering 25,000. 

.147 Surveys 25,000. 

i .150 Publications 50. 

I .155 Rental of Property 100. 

.160 Repairs or Maintenance of Property 49,472. 

.162 Repairs or Maintenance of Equipment 500. 

.164 Bookbinding 200. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 200. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 1,350 . 

*8210.100 For Contractual Services 102,997. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate ; 1,000. 

.240 Direct Payment to Private Agencies Pro- 
viding Transportation or Related 

Services 100. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 200 . 

*8210.200 For Travel 2,300. 

.340 Material and Supplies 100. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 200. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,200 . 

*-8210.300 For Commodities 1,500. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 100. 

.450 Vehicles 1,000. 

*8210.400 For Equipment 1,100. 

*Total for Chief Water Engineer's Office $ 281,062. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1641 



Budget Document for year 1960 ^ 
200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 

CHIEF WATER ENGINEER'S OFFICE— Continued 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 8211 

5692 Deputy Commissioner for Water 

and Chief Water Engineer 1 $ 17,976. 

5691 Assistant Chief Water Engineer 1 14,784. 

5690 Water Engineer 1 11,040. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 9,072. 

5613 Civil Engineer III 1 6,768. 

6132 Engineering Aide II 1 5,856. 

7103 Equipment Coordinator 1 8,232. 

0427 Chief Clerk 1 6J68. 

0805 Secretary 1 5 315 

0103 Accountant III 1 7^104. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 s'sse. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5^580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3 972 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3 730. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4 595^ 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 818. 

Te 122,342. 

PUMPING STATION EFFICIENCY— 8214 

6056 Mechanical Engineer V 1 9 528 

6054 Mechanical Engineer IV 1 3 640 

6053 Mechanical Engineer III 1 7 104 

6052 Mechanical Engineer II 1 6 444. 

6052 Mechanical Engineer II 1 7 io4 

6051 Mechanical Engineer 1 1 5 856 

5149 Electric Meter Investigator # 1 5,580. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 567. 

7 50,823 . 

23 $ 173,165. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 

automobiles for not to exceed 111/2 months by 

Assistant Chief Water Engineer 1 

Equipment Coordinator 1 

~^ $ 1,000. 



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200-Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 

BUREAU OF WATER 
WATER COLLECTION DIVISION 

The Division of Water Collection is responsible for the assessment of charges for non-metered water 
accounts; the taking of water readings for metered water accounts; the billing, accovmting, and auditing work 
in connection with the water charges; and finally, the collection of the water revenue. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 2,031,216. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 2,500. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 5,463. 

.020 Overtime 25,000. 

•8220.000 For Personal Services 2,064,179. 

.125 Office and Building Services 400. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 75,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.146 Statistical 10,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 60,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 5,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 5,000. 

♦8220.100 For Contractual Services 155,400. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 30,000. 

.270 Local Transportation 5,000. 

•8220.200 For Travel 35,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 4,500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 30,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 200. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 300. 

•8220.300 For Commodities 35,000. 

.422 Office Machines 8,000. 

.424 Furniture 7,000. 

•8220.400 For Equipment 15,000. 

•8220.935 Claims Against Water Fund 60,000. 

*Total for Water Collection Division $ 2,364,579. 



1644 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
. WATER COLLECTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION 

0246 Superintendent of Water Collections 1$ 12,768. 

0244 Assistant Superintendent of Water Collections. 1 8,232. 

1055 Chief Water Assessor 1 8,640. 

0427 Chief Clerk 1 8,640. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,768. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0461 Messenger Clerk 1 2,964. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,824. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 518. 

To 68,690. 

CASHIERING SECTION 

0206 Head Cashier 1 6,444. 

0205 Cashier 3 6,144. 

0205 Cashier 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 5 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments. 318. 

"22 103,758. 

METER SECTION 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 6,444. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 6 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 4 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 3 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 663. 

~26 128,055. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1645 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers- — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER COLLECTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


Positions 


No. 


Rats 




ASSESSED RATES SECTION 






0426 


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1 $ 


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0421 


Principal Clerk 


1 


5,580. 


0421 


Principal Clerk 


3 


5,316. 


0421 


Principal Clerk 


1 


5,316. 


0423 


Head Clerk # 


1 


5,064. 


0403 


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1 


5,316. 


0403 


Senior Clerk 


6 


5,064. 


0403 


Senior Clerk 


2 


4,824. 


0403 


Senior Clerk 


1 


4,596. 


0403 


Senior Clerk 


1 


3,780. 


0401 


Junior Clerk rj^ 


1 


4,176. 


0401 


Junior Clerk 


1 


4,176. 


0401 


Junior Clerk 


1 


3,780. 


0401 




1 


3,600. 


0401 


Junior Clerk 


2 


3,432. 


0401 




1 


3,264. 


0401 


Junior Clerk 


1 


3,108. 




Schedule Salary Adjustments 




568. 






26 


123,004. 



TABULATING AND BILLING SECTION 



0677 Chief Tabulating Machine Operator 1 7,104. 

0675 Principal Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,856. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,856. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 4,176. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 5,064. 

0673 Senior Tabulating Machine Operator 1 4,380. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 3 4,596. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator # 1 4,380. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 3 3,780. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 1 3,972. 

0671 Tabulating Machine Operator 2 3,780. 

0614 Key Punch Operator 2 3,780. 

0622 Bookkeeping Machine Operator # 1 5,316. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,188. 



34 153,936. 



1646 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-WaterFund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER COLLECTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

AUDITING SECTION 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 $ 8,640. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 698. 

1a 74,474. 

GENERAL SECTION 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 4 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,108. 

0825 Principal Stenographer # 1 5,580. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 4,596. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,316. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 2 3,600. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

1805 Stockhandler 1 4,596. 

4265 Watchman 1 4,122. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,111. 

~31 136,669. 

MAP AND PERMIT SECTION 

5713 Map Engineering Draftsman # 1 6,144. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,856. 

5703 Draftsman III 3 5,856. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,316. 

5702 Draftsman II 5 4,596. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,176. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 4,380. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 3,972. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 3,780. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1647 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sevfers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER COLLECTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



MAP AND PERMIT SECTION— Continued 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 $ 5,580. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 399. 

^ 98,787. 

RATE TAKING SECTION 

1067 Chief Water Rate Taker 1 10,812. 

1065 Assistant Chief Water Rate Taker 1 9,528. 

1063 Supervisor of Water Rate Takers 4 8,082. 

2230 Meter and Plumbing Examiner 5 762.50m 

2233 Plumbing Inspector in Charge 1 828.00m 

2231 Plumbing Inspector 5 762.50m 

1061 Water Rate Taker Ill 6,978. 

1061 Water Rate Taker 10 6,318. 

1061 Water Rate Taker 6 5,986. 

1061 Water Rate Taker 21 5,788. 

165 l7l49,306. 



348 $ 2,036,679. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 11 V2 months 



by: 

Chief Water Rate Taker 1 

Assistant Chief Water Rate Taker 1 

Supervisor of Water Rate Takers 4 

Employes assigned to field work 41 

Plumbing Inspector in Charge 1 

Plumbing Inspector 5 

53 $ 30,000. 



1648 



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1649 



200-Water Fund :u 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 

BUREAU OF WATER 

WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION 

The Water Purification Division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the filtration plants, 
the chlorination and fluoridation controls at pumping stations, and the collecting and testing of water samples. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 1,600,369. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 2,723. 

.020 Overtime 2,000. 

.025 Vacation Relief 30,000. 

.026 Sick Relief 1,500. 

.040 Adjustment to Prevailing Rates of Per 

Diem Employes 1,500. 

*8240.000 For Personal Services 1,638,092. 

.125 Office and Building Services 5,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 1,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 1,000. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 700. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 85,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 400. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 100,000. 

.164 Bookbinding 300. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 150. 

.170 Surety Bond Premiums 10. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 24. 

.175 Transportation 240. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation- -City Owned 

Vehicles 2,500. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 197,000. 

.186 Telephone 12,000 . 

*8240.100 For Contractual Services 405,324. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 500. 

.245 Reimbursements to Travelers 1,400. 

.270 Local Transportation 160^. 

*8240.200 For Travel 2,060. 

Fuel: 

.314 Fuel Oil 60,000. 

.316 Gas— Bottled and Propane 500. 

.318 Other 200. 

.320 Gasoline 3,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 40,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 825,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 20,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 5,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 100,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 2,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 2,000. 

*8240.300 For Commodities 1,057,700. 



1650 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.410 Equipment for Buildings $ 1,000. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 25,000. 

.450 Vehicles 2,800 . 

*8240.400 For Equipment 28,800. 



*Total for Water Purification Division $ 3,131,976. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
ADMINISTRATION— 8241 



5566 Engineer of Water Purification 1$ 12,768. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II # 1 6,444. 

1817 Head Storekeeper # 1 6,396. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,596. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,972. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 5,064. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0821 Junior Stenographer # 1 4,380. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0834 Typist 1 3,264. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 610. 

T? 87,802. 



OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE— SOUTH 



DISTRICT PLANT— 8242 

5624 Chief Filtration Engineer 1 11,592. 

5520 Filtration Engineer V 5 10,512. 

5519 Filtration Engineer IV 3 9,072. 

5518 Filtration Engineer III 6 8,232. 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 6 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 13 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 26 7,074. 

5512 Chemical Engineer II 2 7,464. 

5511 Chemical Engineer I 2 6,144. 

5511 Chemical Engineer I 2 5,580. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 1 5,856. 

6051 Mechanical Engineer I # 1 5,856. 

1811 Storekeeper 1 4,938. 

8244 Foreman of Laborers 1 6,144. 

9593 Station Laborer (Sub-Foreman) 4 5,400. 

9593 Station Laborer # 2 4,914. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1651 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Codo Positions No. Rate 

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE— SOUTH 
DISTRICT PLANT— 8242— Continued 

9593 Station Laborer 23 $ 4,914. 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

5040 Foreman of Electrical Mechanics 1 802.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 6 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 12 670.50m 

7775 Stationary Fireman (280d) 4 25.44d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 3 31.60d 

6674 Machinist (255d) 2 32.00d 

3907 Gardener (280d) 1 23.50d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (280d) 1 23.20d 

4285 Window Washer 1 5,760. 

4223 Janitor 4 4,914. 

4265 Watchman 4 4,122. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,029 . 

143" 1,018,312. 

Overtime 2,000. 

Sick Relief 1,5T)0. 

Adjusting Rates — Per Diem Employes 1,500. 

Vacation Relief 30,000 . 

1,053,312. 

MAKING LABORATORY TESTS (WATER 
TESTING SECTION)— 8243 

5534 Water Chemist IV 1 8,232. 

5533 Water Chemist III 1 7,464. 

5532 Water Chemist II 5 6,444. 

5521 Chemist I 2 6,144. 

5521 Chemist I 1 5,580. 

3148 Water Bacteriologist IV 1 8,232. 

3147 Water Bacteriologist III 2 7,104. 

3146 Water Bacteriologist II 3 6,444. 

3146 Water Bacteriologist II 1 6,144. 

3145 Water Bacteriologist I # 2 5,580. 

3101 Bacteriologist I 2 5,316. 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 2 4,596. 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 1 3,972. 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 1 4,380. 

3132 Laboratory Assistant II 4 3,972. 

0655 Photographer 1 5,580. 

9593 Station Laborer 6 4,914. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 428. 

'se 204,416. 

TESTING WATER FOR SAFETY AND QUALITY 
(WATER SAFETY CONTROL SECTION)— 8244 

5646 Chief Sanitary Engineer 1 11,040. 

5644 Sanitary Engineer IV 1 7,464. 

5643 Sanitary Engineer III 3 8,232. 

5642 Sanitary Engineer II 6 7,464. 

5641 Sanitary Engineer I 7 6,144 



1652 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCII^CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — -Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

TESTING WATER FOR SAFETY AND QUALITY 
(Water Safety Control Section) — 8244 — Continued 

5641 Sanitary Engineer I 1 $ 5,856. 

5641 Sanitary Engineer I 2 5,580. 

3150 Water Sampler 4 4,956. 

9593 Station Laborer 2 4,914. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 534. 

~27 178^194. 

MAKING DREDGING AND MISCELLANEOUS 
INSPECTIONS— 8245 

2316 Dredging Inspector in Charge 1 6,222. 

2314 Dredging Inspector 8 5,742. 

2315 Lake Front Pollution Inspector # 2 5,430. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 

~Ji 63,018. 

FLUORIDATION— 8 247 

5642 Sanitary Engineer II 4 7,464. 

5642 Sanitary Engineer II 1 6,444. 

5533 Water Chemist III 2 7,464. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 122. 

7 51,350. 



241 $ 1,603,092. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 % months 
by: 

Dredging Inspector in Charge 1 

~1 $ 500. 



December 8, 1959 



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2 00 -Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 

BUREAU OF WATEK 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION 

This Division operates and maintains water pumping stations, water intake cribs and the Hegewisch 
Sewage pumping station. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 3,124,476. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 500. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 333. 

.020 Overtime 3,500. 

.025 Vacation Relief 159,539. 

.026 Sick Relief 12,708. 

.040 Adjustment to Prevailing Rates of Per 

Diem Employes 10,100. 

*8250.000 For Personal Services 3,311,156. 

.125 Office and Building Services 2,200. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 400. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 2,300. 

.158 Rental of Equipment and Services 

City Owned 4,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 167,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 475,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 50. 

.174 Hauling 6,500. 

.175 Transportation Charges 

(Exclusive of Travel) 850. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 1,400. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 816,500. 

.186 Telephone 7,800. 

*8250.100 For Contractual Services 1,484,000. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 1,400. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 600. 

.270 Local Transportation 400. 

»8250.200 For Travel 2^00". 

Fuel: 

•312 Coal 1,363,600. 

.314 Fuel Oil 14,200. 

.316 Gas — Bottled and Propane 800. 

.318 Other 840. 

.320 Gasoline 4 270. 

.330 Food 16,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 81,500. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material and 

Supplies 515,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 4,000. 

.348 Books and Related Material 300. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 3,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 160,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 3,350. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 3,050. 

*8250.300 For Commodities 2,169,910. 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 
Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.440 Machinery and Equipment $ 47 ,000. 

*8250.400 For Equipment 47,000. 

*8250.934 Claims: For Damages 400. 



*Total for Pumping Station Operation 

Division $ 7,014,866. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Code Positions No. Raie 



ADMINISTRATION— 8251 

6087 Engineer of Water Pumping 1 $ 14,076. 

6086 Assistant Engineer of Water Pumping 1 11,592. 

6085 Service Engineer 2 9,378. 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 7,464. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,144. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

0836 Senior Typist 1 4,176. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

6745 Pattern Maker (255d) 1 32.00d 

9411 Construction Laborer (255d) # 1 24.20d 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 333. 

For payment of salaries of Chlorine Attend- 
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not to exceed six days while being trained 

in the performance of their specific duties. . 2,090. 

- 110,894. 

Vacation Relief 966. 

Sick Relief 275. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 300. 

Salaries or Wages on Voucher 500. 

~J5 112,935. 

LAKE VIEW PUMPING STATION— 8252 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 1 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 9 7,074. 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 1 31.60d 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 1 25.84d 

7777 Water Tender (287d) # 4 25.84d 

7776 Coal Passer (287d) # 4 24.44d 

9593 Station Laborer # _9 4,914 . 

272,499. 



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200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

LAKE VIEW PUMPING STATION— 8252— Continued 

Vacation Relief $ 13,951. 

Sick Relief 863. 

Overtime 250. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 1,100. 

~39 288,663. 

MAYFAIR PUMPING STATION— 8253 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 5 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 3 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 13 7,074. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C (6m) 7,074. 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 2 32.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 32.80d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 2 31.60d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (287d) 9 25.44d 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 1 25.84d 

9593 Station Laborer # 11 4,914. 

373,271. 

Vacation Relief 16,602. 

Sick Relief 863. 

Overtime 450. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 1,500. 

~52 392,686. 

SPRINGFIELD AVENUE PUMPING STATION— 8254 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 n 382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 3 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 12 7,074. 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 2 32.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 32.80d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 2 31.60d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (287d) 4 25.44d 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 1 25.84d 

7777 Water Tender (287d) # 4 25.84d 

9593 Station Laborer # 11 4,914. 

346,439. 

Vacation Relief 15,758. 

Sick Relief 791. 

Overtime 450. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 1,400. 

~49 364,838. 

CENTRAL PARK AVENUE PUMPING STATION— 8255 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 3 8,580. 



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December 8, 1959 



200 -Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — -Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



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CENTRAL PARK AVENUE PUMPING STATION 
— 8255 — Continued 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 11$ 7,074. 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 2 32.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 32.80d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 2 31.60d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (287d) 4 25.44d 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 1 25.84d 

7777 Water Tender (287d) # 4 25.84d 

9593 Station Laborer # _10 4,914. 

334,451. 

Vacation Relief 17,738. 

Sick Relief 1,007. 

Overtime 450. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 1,400 . 

47 355,046. 

ROSELAND PUMPING STATION— 8256 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 3 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 13 7,074. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 2 32.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 32.80d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 2 31.60d 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 1 25.84d 

7777 Water Tender (287d) # 4 25.84d 

7776 Coal Passer (287d) # 4 24.44d 

9593 Station Laborer 4,914. 

321,363. 

Vacation Relief 16,416. 

Sick Relief 863. 

Overtime 450. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 1,400. 

~45 340,492. 

WESTERN AVENUE PUMPING STATION— 8257 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 5 9,378. 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 5 8,580. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 13 7,074. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C (12m) 7,074. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 2 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 670.50m 

6674 Machinist (255d) 2 32.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (255d) 1 32.80d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 2 31.60d 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1661 



200 -Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER — Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

WESTERN AVENUE PUMPING STATION— 8257— Continued 

7705 Boiler Washer (275d) 1 $ 25.84d 

7777 Water Tender (287d) # 4 25.84d 

7775 Stationary Fireman (287d) 4 25.44d 

9593 Station Laborer # 11 4,914. 

9593 Station Laborer # (10 m) 409.50m 

406,454. 

Vacation Relief 22,412. 

Sick Relief 2,150. 

Overtime 450. 



Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes MOO. 

54 432,866. 

SIXTY-EIGHTH STREET PUMPING STATION— 8262 



7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 10 7,074. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C (6m) 589.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 1 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 670.50m 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 1 31.60d 

9593 Station Laborer # 3 4,914. 

4223 Janitor 1 4,914 . 

191,775. 

Vacation Relief 12,225. 

Sick Relief 1,303. 

Overtime 250. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 300 . 

25 205,853. 



1662 



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December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

CERMAK PUMPING STATION— 8264 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 $ 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 9 7,074. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C (6m) 589.50m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 1 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 670.50m 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 1 31.60d 

9593 Station Laborer # 4 4,914. 

210,789. 

Vacation Relief 12,543. 

Sick Relief 1,483. 

Overtime 250. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 200. 

^ 225,265. 

CHICAGO AVENUE PUMPING STATION— 8265 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 11 7,074. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 1 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 670.50m 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 1 31.60d 

4223 Janitor 1 4,914. 

9593 Station Laborer # 4 4,914. 

226,314. 

Vacation Relief 13,645. 

Sick Relief 1,447. 

Overtime 250. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 200. 

"TT 241,856. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON PUMPING STATION— 8266 

7747 Chief Operating Engineer 1 11,382. 

7745 Assistant Chief Operating Engineer 4 9,378. 

7741 Operating Engineer Group C 6 7,074. 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 1 716.00m 

5035 Electrical Mechanic 3 670.50m 

7725 Chlorine Attendant 4 6,522. 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

4774 Steamfitter (255d) 1 31.60d 

9593 Station Laborer # 2 4,914. 

176,202. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1663 



200 -Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



THOMAS JEFFERSON PUMPING STATION— 8266 
— Continued 

Vacation Relief $ 11,881. 

Sick Relief 1,447. 

Overtime 250. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 200. 

23 189,980. 

TUNNELS AND CRIBS— 8268 

8309 Head Crib Keeper 1 7,452. 

8307 Crib Keeper 2 5,730. 

8307 Crib Keeper (4m) 1 477.50m 

8305 Junior Crib Keeper 10 5,160. 

8305 Junior Crib Keeper (4m) 3 430.00m 

9406 Crib Laborer # (2,1 75d) 16.80d 

114,122. 

Vacation Relief 2,920. 

Sick Relief 144. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 600. 

1j 117,786. 

HEGEWISCH SEWAGE PUMPING STATION— 8269 

7743 Operating Engineer Group A 4 8,580 . 

34,320. 

Vacation Relief 2,249. 

Sick Relief 72. 

4 36,641. 



1664 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
PUMPING STATION OPERATION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 



MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES FOR 
REDISTRIBUTION— 8259 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (255d) __1 $ 23.20d 

5,916. 

Vacation Relief 233. 

Adjustment to prevailing rate of Per Diem 

employes 100. 

1 6,249 . 

$ 3,311,156. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed llVz months 



by: 

Engineer of Water Pumping 1 

Service Engineer 2 

3 $ 1,400. 



December 8, 1959 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCII^CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 

BUREAU OF WATER 

WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION 

The Division designs, constructs, operates, and maintains the Water Distribution System. It installs, re- 
places and maintains mains, service lines from mains to buildings, hydrants, valves, meters and other facilities. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 6,970,185. 

.010 Salaries and Wages — on Voucher 6,500. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 11,252. 

.020 Overtime 230,000. 

.025 Vacation Relief 48,000. 

*8270.000 For Personal Services 7,265,937. 

.125 Office and Building Services 10,000. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 3,500. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.148 Testing and Inspection 2,600. 

.150 Publications 250. 

.157 Rental of Equipment and Services 215,000. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 85,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 21,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 65,000. 

.163 Restoration of Street Openings 150,000. 

.164 Bookbinding 1,000. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 150. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 400. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 65,000. 

Utility Services: 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 13,000. 

.186 Telephone 38,000. 

*8270.100 For Contractual Services 669,900. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 89,000. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 2,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 30,000. 

•8270.200 For Travel 121,500. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 3,500. 

.314 Fuel Oil 15,000. 

.316 Gas-Bottled and Propane 300. 

.318 Other 10,000. 

.320 Gasoline 85,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 120,000. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 6,000. 

.348 Books and Related Materials 50. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 20,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Materials 350,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 30,000. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value Over $10.00) 22,000 . 

•8270.300 For Commodities 661,850. 



December 8, 1&59 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1669 



20'0-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 

Amounts 
Appropriated 

$ 100,000. 
300,000'. 

45,000. 
445,000. 



.551 For Construction of New North District 

Headquarters Building 1,000. 

.552 Extension of Feeder Mains 1,000. 

.553 Extension of Mains 1,000. 

.555 Meter and Meter Connection Installation.. 1,000. 

.557 Laying Mains for Betterments 1,000. 

.558 Laying Mains for Fire Protection 1,000. 

.559 Miscellaneous Installation of Hydrants, 

Valves and Appurtenances 1,000. 

.560 Service Pipe Construction 1,000. 

*8270.500 For Permanent Improvements 8,000. 

*8270.803 For Repairs of Damages caused by outside 

Persons or Corporations 65,000. 

Claims: 

*8270.934 Damages 6,000. 

*Total for Water Distribution Division $ 9,243,187. 



Code 

.422 Office Machines 

,440 Machinery and Equipment 

.450 Vehicles 

*8270.400 For Equipment 



1670 



Code 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

2 00 -Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER — Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Positions No. Rate 

ADMINISTRATION— 82 7 1 

8377 General Superintendent of Water 

Distribution 1 $ 14,076. 

8375 Assistant General Superintendent of Water 

Distribution ] 12J68. 

2 26,844. 

Superintendence and Inspection 

8373 District Superintendent of Water 

Distribution 2 11,592. 

8373 District Superintendent of Water 

Distribution 1 11,040. 

2255 Director of Plumbing Testing Laboratory 1 911.00m 

8396 District Foreman of Water Pipe Construction . . 6 866.00m 

1852 Supervisor of Inventory Control II 1 8,640. 

5952 Safety Engineer II 1 7,104. 

2237 Chief Plumbing Inspector 2 11,592. 

2235 Supervising Plumbing Inspector 1 860.50m 

2233 Plumbing Inspector in Charge 6 828.00m 

2231 Plumbing Inspector 5 762.50m 

1549 Water Pipe Inspector # (in Charge) 1 

1548 Water Pipe Inspector 2 

0481 General Secretary # 1 8,640. 

1229 Investigator of Damages 1 

1229 Investigator of Damages 1 



828.00m 
762.50m 



4,176. 
5,580. 

1231 Supervisory Investigator of Damages 1 5,856. 

Clerical Section 

0166 Payroll and Assignment Clerk in Charge # . . 1 8,232. 

0104 Accountant IV 1 7,464. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 6,444. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 4 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 5,316. 

6403 Senior Clerk 1 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 4 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,108. 

0605 Comptometer Operator 1 3,780. 

0827 Head Stenographer 1 5,856. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,972. 

0823 Senior Stenographer # 1 4,596. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


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3,972 


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3,600. 


0821 


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3,432. 




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OOio 


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7,836. 


01) iO 




i 


7,464. 


"iRI 9 
Ju 1 o 


Civil Engineer III 




7,104. 


"^Rl 
00 1 o 


Civil Engineer III 




6,768. 


J U 1 ^ 






6,768. 


'^R 1 9 


Civil Engineer II 


2 


6,444. 


SR 1 9 
JO 1 Z 


Civil Engineer II 




6,144. 


00 1 i 


Civil Engineer I 




6,768. 


ODl 1 


Civil Engineer I 




5,856. 


Obi 1 


Civil Engineer I 




5,580. 


RR99 


Structural Engineer V 




8,232. 


OolU 


Junior Engineer # 




6,444. 


fil 99 


Engineering Aide II 




5,856. 


fi 1 '?9 
1 oz 


Engineering Aide II 




5,580. 


fil ^9 






4,824. 


6131 


Enp'inpprino' AiHp T 


1 


4,596. 


6137 


Rodman # 


9 


0,Ud4. 


6137 


Rodman # 




4,596. 


5713 


Map Engineering Draftsman # 


2 


6,144. 


5722 


Engineering Draftsman II 


2 


7,104. 


5702 


Draftsman II 




5,580. 


5702 


Draftsman II 




5,064. 


5702 


Draftsman II 




4,596. 


5701 


Draftsman I 




4,596. 


5701 


Draftsman I 




3,780. 


1811 


Storekeeper 




4,824. 




Schedule Salary Adjustment 




5,728. 






85 


628,564. 



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December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER — Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 



PIPE YARDS— 8276 

1821 Superintendent of Warehouses # 1 $ 7,464. 

1811 Storekeeper 2 4,938. 

1860 Foreman of Pipe Yards (255d) 3 29.40d 

9407 Laborer— W. D. # (4,845d) 24.20d 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

4265 Watchman 4 4,122. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 108 . 

176,784. 

GARAGE— 8277 

7175 Superintendent of Garage 1 8,640. 

0421 Prmcipal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 4,596. 

6674 Machinist # 2 8,322. 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (32,895d) 23.20d 

9407 Laborer— W. D (l,020d) 24.20d 

4223 Janitor 1 4,914. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 102. 

826,920. 

TAPPING SERVICE— 8282 

8365 Tapper in Charge 1 828.00m 

8364 Tapper* (255d) 3 31.60d 

6674 Machinist (255d) 1 32.00d 

4754 Plumber (25 5d) # 1 31.60d 

8301 Caulker # (255d) 3 31.60d 

9407 Laborer— W.D (51 d) 24.20d 

86,844. 

REPAIRS, RENEWALS AND 
WATER LEAK CONTROL— 8284 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 7,464. 

0168 Payroll and Assignment Supervisor # 2 7,104. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 3 5,856. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 4,380. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,380. 

0405 Principal Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 6 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 4 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk 4 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,264. 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 5,064. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1673 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

REPAIRS, RENEWALS AND WATER LEAK 
CONTROL— 8284— Continued 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 $ 5,064. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 2 4,596. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 2 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 6 3,600. 

0S21 Junior Stenographer # 3 3,432. 

0471 Yard Clerk 4 6,144. 

1573 Expediter # 1 8,232. 

7144 Field Dispatcher # 4 6,144. 

7144 Field Dispatcher # 1 5,856. 

7144 Field Dispatcher # 1 4,596. 

0101 Accountant I 1 5,580. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,824. 

0101 Accountant I 1 4,596. 

0168 Payroll and Assignment Supervisor 1 7,104. 

0161 Timekeeper 1 4,824. 

0161 Timekeeper 3 3,780. 

8311 Hydrant Inspector 8 5,922. 

8311 Hydrant Inspector 1 5,520. 

2231 Plumbing Inspector (696m) 762.50m 

2232 Plumbing Plan Examiner # 3 719.00m 

8394 Foreman of Water Pipe Construction 35 800.50m 

8325 Pipe Locating Machine Operator 3 762.50m 

4405 Foreman of Bricklayers 3 749.50m 

4402 Bricklayer (l,785d) 32.60d 

4403 Sewer Bricklayer 32.60d 

4435 Cement Finisher 31.20d 

8301 Caulker (8,670d) 31.60d 

8364 Tapper (255d) 31.60d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (5,355d) 30.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (tunnel work) (255d) 30.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (trenching and grading). . . (765d) 32.80d 

7631 Hoisting Engineer Apprentice (510d) 24.00d 

4756 Foreman of Plumbers (255d) 1 35.20d 

4754 Plumber (15,045d) 31.60d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (255d) 1 29.40d 

4754 Plumber (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 34.00d 

9407 Laborer— W.D (82,875d) 24.20d 

9407 Laborer— W.D. (scaffold man) (255d) 26.00d 

9407 Laborer— W.D. (as bottom man) (13,005d) 27.00d 

9407 Laborer — W.D. (as second bottom man) (255d) 26.00d 

9407 Laborer — W.D. (as jackhammerman) (255d) 27.00d 

9534 Laborer (765d) 16.80d 

4265 Watchman 6 343.50m 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 3,220. 

$ 4,757,803. 



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December 8, 1959 



200- Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER — Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Raie 

For Salary and Wages $ 6,981,437. 

Overtime 230,000. 

Vacation Relief 48,000. 



Bureau of Streets employes necessary to clean 

drinking fountains 5,000. 

Personal services by other persons other than 

employes of the Water Distribution Division . 1^500. 

$ 7,265,937. 

I 

CONSTRUCTING FACILITIES— 8285 

Employes, including increments for schedule 
salary adjustments therefore, are authorized 

for ordinary and special construction work M 
payable from appropriations for permanent " 
improvements from the Water Fund and from 
Water Works System Certificates of Indebted- 



ness Funds, as follows: 

5613 Civil Engineer III 2 $ 653.00m 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 537.00m 

5612 Civil Engineer II 12 512.00m 

5611 Civil Engineer I 4 488.00m 

5611 Civil Engineer I 5 488.00m 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 10 465.00m 

5951 Safety Engineer I 1 564.00m 

6132 Engineering Aide II # 2 537.00m 

6132 Engineering Aide II 7 512.00m 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 383.00m 

6131 Engineering Aide I 4 365.00m 

6131 Engineering Aide 1 6 348.00m 

5742 Graphic Artist II 2 592.00m 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 4 512.00m 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 2 488.00m 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 2 465.00m 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 7 422. OOm 

5702 Draftsman II 1 383.00m 

5702 Draftsman II 1 422.00m 

5702 Draftsman II 1 348.00m 

5701 Draftsman I 3 315.00m 

7144 Field Dispatcher # 2 512.00m 

1595 Inventory Dispatcher # ! 1 596.50m 

7144 Field Dispatcher # 1 537.00m 

7144 Field Dispatcher # : 2 512.00m 

7144 Field Dispatcher # 1 383.00m 

1573 Expediter # 3 686.00m 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1675 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code PosiHons No. Rate 

CONSTRUCTING FACILITIES— 8285— Continued 

0471 Yard Clerk 36 $ 537.00m 

0111 Cost Accountant # 2 512.00m 

0111 Cost Accountant # 1 488.00m 

0111 Cost Accountant # 1 402.00m 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 422.00m 

0403 Senior Clerk 3 315.00m 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 259.00m 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 422.00m 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 286.00m 

0168 Payroll and Assignment Supervisor # 3 592.00m 

0168 Payroll and Assignment Supervisor # 1 564.00m 

0168 Payroll and Assignment Supervisor # 1 422.00m 

0161 Timekeeper 2 315.00m 

0423 Head Clerk # 2 422.00m 

0421 Principal Clerk 5 422.00m 

0825 Principal Stenographer 1 422.00m 

0825 Principal Stenographer 4 383.00m 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 315.00m 

8396 District Foreman of Water Pipe Construction. . (84m) 866.00m 

8394 Foreman of Water Pipe Construction (96m) 800.50m 

8394 Foreman of Water Pipe Construction # (12m) 800.50m 

2231 Plumbing Inspector (156m) 762.50m 

4405 Foreman of Bricklayers (12m) 749.50m 

4403 Sewer Bricklayer 32.60d 

4401 Bricklayer (l,530d) 32.60d 

4756 Foreman of Plumbers (255d) 1 35.20d 

4754 Plumber (Sub-Foreman) 34.00d 

4754 Plumber (5,100d) 31.60d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (3,315d) 30.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (tunnel work) 30.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (trenching and grading) . . . (2,805d) 32.80d 

7631 Hoisting Engineer Apprentice (3,060d) 24.00d 

4435 Cement Finisher 31.20d 

6674 Machinist 32.00d 

8301 Caulker (7,395d) 31.60d 

8364 Tapper (765d) 31.60d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver 23.20d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers 29.40d 

9407 Laborer — W.D. (as mucker) (l,020d) 26.00d 

9407 Laborer— W.D. (as scaffold man) . 26.00d 

9407 Laborer — ^W.D. (as bottom man) (16,065d) 27.00d 

9407 Laborer — ^W.D. (as second bottom man) 26.00d 

9407 Laborer — W.D. (as jackhammerman) 27.00d 

9407 Laborer— W.D (43,350d) 24.20d 

9534 Laborer (4,845d) 16.80d 

4265 Watchman (72m) 343.50m 



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December 8, 1959 



2 00 -Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — -Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

WATER METER INSTALLATION— 8287 

Employes, including increments for sched- 
ule salary adjustments therefor, are author- 
ized for work on new meter and meter con- 
nection installation payable from appropria- 
tion for permanent improvements from the 
Water Fund and from Water Works System 
Certificates of Indebtedness Funds, as fol- 



lows: 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 $ 5,580. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 259.00m 

2235 Supervising Plumbing Inspector 1 860.50m 

2231 Plumbing Inspector (60m) 762.50m 

4754 Plumber (3,825d) 31.60d 

4756 Foreman of Plumbers (255d) 35.20d 

4754 Plumber (Sub-Foreman) 34.00d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers 29.40d 

9407 Laborer— W.D. (ll,985d) (ll,985d) 24.20d 

4401 Bricklayer 32.60d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver 23.20d 

4265 Watchman (12m) 343.50m 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 V2 months 
by: 

Foreman of Water Pipe Construction 4 

Civil Engineer V 3 

Civil Engineer IV 7 

Civil Engineer III 5 

Supervisory Investigator of Damages 1 

Investigator of Damages 1 

Foreman of Water Pipe Construction 4 

Civil Engineer IV 1 

Supervisor of Inventory Control II 1 

Civil Engineer V 6 

Supervising Plumbing Inspector 2 

Chief Plumbing Inspector 2 

Plumbing Inspector in Charge 6 

Plumbing Inspector 81 

Foreman of Water Pipe Construction 3 

Tapper in Charge 1 

Hoisting Engineer 1 

Payroll and Assignment Clerk in Charge 1 

Engineer of Water Distribution 1 

Assistant Engineer of Water Distribution 4 

Assistant General Superintendent of Water 

Distribution 1 

' District Superintendent of Water Distribution 3 

General Superintendent of Water Distribution . 1 

District Foreman of Water Pipe Construction. 11 

Foreman of Sewer Bricklayers 3 

Foreman of Plumbers 1 

Superintendent of Garage 1 



156 $ 45,480. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1677 



200 -Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— —Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION REVOLVING FUND 

The Water Distribution Revolving Fund is established for the purpose of doing 
necessary work in connection with paving projects, laying mains under Section 
185-17 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, and other work in connection with 
construction and maintenance of the water works distribution system of the 
City of Chicago, the expense of which is to be reimbursed from appropriations 
of City funds, from funds of other governmental agencies or by private 
persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limita- 
tions of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the 
conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

Charges shall be based on the total cost of furnishing the material and services 
including not to exceed twenty per cent for overhead and incidental expense, 
provided that machinery, trucks and other equipment used in the furnishing 
of services shall be charged for at fair rates as established by the department, 
subject to the approval of the Comptroller and further provided that material 
charged to other than Water Fund appropriations shall be charged on the 
basis of average cost, the last purchase price or the known replacement price, 
whichever is greater. 

Expenditures are authorized for all items, as may be necessary, as shall enter 
into or become a part of the cost of furnishing the services herein authorized. 

Expenditures for salaries and wages and compensation for use of personally 
owned automobiles are limited to such positions, such number of positions, 
and rates of compensation as are specified in the appropriations for the Water 
Distribution Division and the employment of the following: 



Code 


Positions 


No. 


Rate 


0104 




1 $ 


7,836. 


0423 




1 


6,144. 


0426 




1 


6,444. 



WATER DISTRIBUTION STOCK ACCOUNT 

The Water Distribution Stock Account is established for the purpose of main- 
taining a necessary stock of material and supplies in connection with the Water 
Distribution System of the City of Chicago, the expense of which is to be 
reimbursed from appropriations of City funds, from funds of other govern- 
mental agencies or by private persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to the conditions and limita- 
tions of Sections 7-24.1 to 7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the 
conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

The charges for the material and supplies shall be based on the average cost 
thereof, plus one per cent for breakage and miscellaneous losses; provided 
that when material and supplies are furnished to other than Water Fund 
appropriations the charges shall be based on the average cost, the last purchase 
price or the known replacement price, whichever is greater, plus ten per cent 
for overhead to cover administrative, inspection and incidental expense. 

All administrative expense of operating this account shall be paid from appro- 
priations made to the Water Distribution Division. 

Expenditures are authorized for the purchase of material and supplies and for 
freight or other transportation charges on material and supplies received. 



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1679 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER 
METER DIVISION 

The Division repairs, tests and reconditions water meters, replaced meters, and installs meters larger than 
two inches in size. It maintains meter records, determines size of meter to be installed, mspects meter mstalla- 
tions, and makes field repairs. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 942,388. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 605. 

.020 Overtime 7,000. 

.025 Vacation Relief . . 5,526. 

.040 Adjustment to prevailing rates of Per 

Diem Employes 6,500. 

*8290.000 For Personal Services 962,019. 

.125 Office and Building Services 300. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 400. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.148 Testing and Inspecting 150. 

.155 Rental of Property 400. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 1,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 100. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 3,500. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 24. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — City Owned 

Vehicles 3,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 1,200. 

.186 Telephone 2,500. 

*8290.100 For Contractual Services 12,574. 



.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 1,500. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 1,500. 

.270 Local Transportation 1.200. 

»8290.200 For Travel 4,200. 

Fuel: 

.318 Other 100. 

.320 Gasoline 3,500. 

.340 Material and Supplies 7,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Material 

and Supplies 1,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 2,500. 

.360 Repair Parts and Material 75,000. 

.370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) 1,200. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 750. 

*8290.300 For Commodities 91,050. 



.440 Machinery and Equipment 220,000. 

.450 Vehicles 7,500. 

*8290.400 For Equipment 227,500 . 



*Total for Water Meter Division 



$ 1,297,343. 



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200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF WATER— Continued 
METER DIVISION— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rata 

ADMINISTRATION— 8291 

6556 Superintendent of Water Meters 1 $ 11,592. 

6555 Assistant Superintendent of "Water Meters ... 1 10,512. 

6554 General Foreman of Meter Repair 1 10,512. 

0471 Yard Clerk 5 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,596. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,596. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,108. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 3,780. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,432. 

9407 Laborer— W.D. # (255d) 4 24.20d 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 605. 

"24 141,569. 

INSTALLATION AND REPAIR OF 
WATER METERS— 8292 

6674 Machinist (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 3 34.80d 

6674 Machinist (255d) 56 32.00d 

6681 Meter Setter (Sub-Foreman) (255d) 1 34.80d 

6681 Meter Setter (255d) # 5 32.00d 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (in charge) (W.D.) # 

(255d) 1 33.04d 

9407 Laborer— W.D. (255d) # 29 24.20d 

9407 Laborer — W.D. (working on acid tanks) # 

(255d) 4 27.00d 

'~99 748,180. 

MOTOR TRUCK SERVICE 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (2295d) 23.20d 

53,244 . 
$ 942,993. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 % months 
by: 

Superintendent of Water Meters 1 

Assistant Superintendent of Water Meters .... 1 

~2 $ 1,500. 



December 8, 1959 



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200-Water Fund 



Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF SEWERS 



The Bureau o, Sewers -^^f^^l~t.'rsS£if^ r'^p'Srlu'd V^irZi^ttl^ 
The Deputy for Sewers has SP«'^.*"8^, f,, J™ ,7"? ^^^^^ is to be paid for whoUy or in part 

^Z:^:i^^^Tn:'?is'Zt''^^^^^^^^ co„„ectio„^ with, or repairs to, the 



sewer system of the City 



Amounts 
Appro priated 

Code ' 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 5,457,343. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments Zi^- 

»5810.000 For Personal Services 5,464,623. 

.125 Office and Building Services 1'200- 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 6,000. 

Professional and Technical Services: 

.144 Engineering 15,000. 

.155 Rental of Property (Garage Space) 8,000. 

Rental of Equipment and Services: 

.157 For Disposal of Debris 31,000. 

.157 Trucks and Equipment 840,000. 

.158 Rental of Equipment and Services — 

City Owned 1'^^^- 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Property 10,000. 

.161 Repair or Maintenance of Facilities 5,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment: 

Eductors 97,000. 

.163 Restoration of Street Openings 3,000. 

.164 Bookbinding 500. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 30. 

.173 State Vehicle License Plates 110. 

.174 Hauling 1,000. 

.176 Maintenance and Operation — 

City Owned Vehicles 3,000. 

.182 Heat, Light and Power (Public) 4,000. 

.186 Telephone 6,000. 

*5810.100 For Contractual Services 1,031,840. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 30,500. 

.270 Local Transportation ^^'O^Q - 

*5810.200 For Travel 50,500. 

Fuel: 

.312 Coal 100. 

.314 Fuel Oil 6,000. 

.320 Gasoline 50,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 34,000. 

.342 Drug, Medical and Chemical Materials 

and Supplies 200. 

.345 Apparatus and Instruments 1,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 6,000. 

.360 Repair Parts and Materials 15,000. 

370 Small Tools (Unit Value not Exceeding 

$10.00) IMOO. 

.375 Tools (Unit Value over $10.00) 10.000 - 

*5810.300 For Commodities 132,300. 

.440 Machinery and Equipment 150,000 . 

•5810.400 For Equipment 150,000. 



♦Total for Bureau of Sewers 



$ 6,829,263. 



1684 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200- Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF SEWERS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Qode 


Positions 

ADMINISTRATION— 5 811 




No. 


Rate 


5975 


Deputy Commissioner for Sewers .... 




1 $ 


16,308. 

8,232. 
876.00m 
794.00m 

7,836. 


5977 


Assistant to Deputy Commissioner for 
Sewers 




1 


8335 


Superintendent of Reconstruction . . . 




1 


8335 


Superintendent of Reconstruction . . . 




1 


2206 
2204 


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Assistant Supervisor of Out-of-Town Sewer 


1 




Connections 




1 


6,444. 


2204 


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2 


6,144. 


2204 


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4,596. 
6,144. 
9,072. 
6,144. 
7,464. 
5,580. 
5,856. 
5,580. 
5,064. 
5,316. 
4,824. 
3,780. 
3,432. 
3,264. 
6,444. 
5,316. 
3,780. 
3,780. 
3,600. 
3,432. 
5,064. 
5,856. 
3,264. 
1,815. 
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0421 


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0805 


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1 




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0823 


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0821 


Junior Stenographer 






0841 


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0840 


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0834 


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37 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1685 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers— Continued 
BUREAU OF SEWERS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code Positions No. Rate 

SEWER DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 
SUPERVISION— 5820 

5676 Chief Engineer of Sewers 1 $ 14,784. 

5675 Assistant Chief Engineer of Sewers 1 12,168. 

5659 Engineer of Sewer Construction and 

Maintenance 3 11,040. 

5615 Civil Engineer V 1 10,008. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 2 9,528. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 9,072. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 1 10,008. 

5614 Civil Engineer IV 2 7,464. 

5613 Civil E'ngineer III 7 8,232. 

5655 Sewer Estimating Engineer # 1 8,232. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 6 7,104. 

5612 Civil Engineer II 1 6,444. 

5611 Civil Engineer 1 5 5,856. 

5952 Safety Engineer II 1 9,072. 

5951 Safety Engineer 1 1 6,444. 

5951 Safety Engineer 1 3 5,580. 

5633 Bench and Grade Engineer 1 8,232. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 1 4,380. 

6131 Engineering Aide I 2 4,176. 

8316 Bench and Grade Inspector # 1 7,464. 

5723 Engineering Draftsman III 1 6,144. 

5722 Engineering Draftsman II 2 7,104. 

5721 Engineering Draftsman I 2 5,064. 

5713 Map Engineering Draftsman # 1 5,064. 

5611 Civil Engineer I 2 5,580. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 5,856. 

5702 Draftsman II 3 5,316. 

5702 Draftsman II 1 4,176. 

5703 Draftsman III 7 5,856. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 4,176. 

5701 Draftsman I 1 3,972. 

5701 Draftsman I 5 3,780. 

6137 Rodman # 1 5,316. 

0841 Vari-Type Operator 1 4,596. 

8327 Foreman of Sewer Construction 1 749.50m 

Salaries and Wages for the employment of re- 
instated civil service employes 1,000. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 3,707. 

'~T2 492,369. 



1686 



JOURNAL— CITY OOUNCII^CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 



Department of Water and Sevrers— Continued 
BUREAU OF SEWERS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Coda Positions No. Rate 



CLEANING OF SEWERS— 5830 

8347 Superintendent of Sewer Cleaning 1 $ 10,512. 

8349 Assistant Superintendent of Sewer Cleaning . . 1 9,552. 

8345 Foreman of Sewer Cleaning 9 9,552. 

8343 Assistant Foreman of Sewer Cleaning 10 8,220. 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (265d) 5 32.80d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (265d) 10 SO.OOd 

9586 Laborer in Charge of Eductor (265d) 3 25.40d 

9583 Sewer Laborer (Sub-Foreman) (265d) 63 25.40d 

9583 Sewer Laborer (265d) 295 24.20d 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (6,615d) 23.20d 

0161 Timekeeper # 1 5,064. 

0423 Head Clerk # 1 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 4 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0403 Senior Clerk 4 3,780. 

0834 Typist 5 3,108. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 1,758 . 

2,873,131. 



REPAIR OF SEWERS— 5840 

8356 Superintendent of Sewer Repair 1 876.00m 

8354 Division Foreman of Sewer Repair 4 794.00m 

4303 Foreman of Carpenters 1 715.00m 



32.80d 
30.00d 
24.00d 



4301 Carpenter (260d) 2 30.00d 

4305 Lath and Form Mechanic # (260d) 1 30.00d 

4403 Sewer Bricklayer 32 706.50m 

9583 Sewer Laborer # (as bottom man) (270d) 26 27.00d 

9583 Sewer Laborer # (270d) 104 24.20d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (270d) 4 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (270d) 10 

7631 Hoisting Engineer Apprentice (270d) 3 

7183 Motor Truck Driver (270d) 1 23.20d 

0834 Typist ^ ^'^Q^ ' 

190 1,366,212. 

INSPECTION OF SEWER INSTALLATIONS— 5850 

8317 Supervisor of Mason Inspectors 1 8,640. 

2145 House Drain Inspector in Charge # 1 8,532. 

2147 Supervising House Drain Inspector # 3 7,326. 

2143 House Drain Inspector 39 6,906. 

1537 Sewer Pipe Inspector 1 6,396. 

8315 Mason Inspector 12 679.00m 

4409 Junction Setter 1 706.50m 

2231 Plumbing Inspector 3 762.50m 

4754 Plumber _2 719.00 m 

63 465,840. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1687 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Water and Sewers — Continued 
BUREAU OF SEWERS— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions No. Rate 

8315 Mason Inspectors at $679.00 per month and 
such other employes as may be required 
in connection with work relating to con- 
struction and maintenance of sewers and 
house drains (no expenditures shall be 
made from this account unless first cov- 
ered by a special cash deposit sufficient 

to reimburse the cost of such work) $ 47,000. 

$ 5,464,623. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 Vz months 
by: 

Deputy Commissioner for Sewers 1 

Assistant to Deputy Commissioner for Sewers 1 



Chief Engineer of Sewers 1 

Assistant Chief Engineer of Sewers 1 

Superintendent of Reconstruction 1 

Superintendent of Sewer Repairs 1 

Superintendent of Sewer Cleaning 1 

Division Foreman of Sewer Repair 4 

House Drain Inspector in Charge 1 

Equipment Coordinator 1 

Assistant Equipment Coordinator 1 

Bench and Grade Inspector 1 

Engineer of Sewer Construction and Mainte- 
nance 2 

Civil Engineer III 3 

Foreman of Sewer Cleaning 9 

Assistant Foreman of Sewer Cleaning 10 

Foreman of Carpenters 1 

Assistant Superintendent of Sewer Cleaning. . 1 

Civil Engineer IV 2 

Civil Engineer V 1 

Safety Engineer II 1 



Assistant Supervisor of Out-of-Town Sewer 

Connections 3 

Supervisor of Mason Inspectors 1 

Plumbing Inspector 

52 $ 30,500. 



1688 



JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



200-Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 
GENERAL 

(Expenditures hereunder for the Munici- 
pal Shops and other property at the 
Municipal Plant shall be reimbursed to 
the Water Fund from other City Funds 
and other agencies receiving benefits 
therefrom). 

For the maintenance of Meter Shop Build- 
ing and the garage at 3148 S. Sacra- 
mento Avenue. 

Carpentry repairs to windows, doors, etc.. .$ 3,000. 

Painting of meter shops, offices, walls, in- 
terior and exterior of doors and win- 



dows 7,000. 

Roof repairs 2,000. 

Necessary tuckpointing and repairs of 

brick and parapet walls 15,000. 

Reconstruction of plumbing and heating 

system 20,000. 

Elevator maintenance 3,000. 

*6230.850 $ 50,000. 

FOR MAINTENANCE OF PLANT PROPERTY 
Iron Shop 

Necessary tuckpointing of brick and para- 
pet walls, and installation of glass block 

windows. (Lower Level) $ 30,000. 

Modernization of electrical system 15,000. 

' Carpentry repairs to doors, windows, etc.. . 3,000. 

Reconstruction of plumbing and heating 

' system 15,000. 

Elevator maintenance 3,000. 

Extension of north crane runway 10,000. 

Roof repairs 5,000. 

Machine and Tin Shop 

Modernization of electrical system 15,000. 

Carpentry repairs to doors and windows . . 2,000. 

Replace existing windows at upper level 
of tin shop with glass blocks, including 

necessary mason repairs 10,000. 

Reconstruction of plumbing and heating 

system 10,000. 

Paint interior of machine shop in base- 
ment including doors, windows, etc 3,000. 

Construct concrete apron area on west 
side of machine shop (approximately 

10,000 sq. ft.) 10,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING— Continued 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

North Machinery Hall 

Masonry repairs to walls and parapet 

walls $ 3,000. 

Roof repairs 2,000. 

Reconstruction of office ; . 3,000. 

Carpentry repairs 2,000. 

Painting of office interior and exterior of 

doors, windows, etc 5,000. 

Construct concrete apron area west side 

of building 5,000. 

Plant Property 

Reconstruction of existing railroad tracks 
to a new grade including necessary 
replacement of wood ties, re-ballasting, 
etc 10,000. 

Reconstruction and repairs to storage shed 

at southwest corner of plant 15,000. 

Fence repairs of south side of plant, in- 
cluding installation of new gate at 
northwest corner 5,000. 

Sewer repairs 5,000. 

Dredging of collateral channel to eleva- 
tion of — 15.0 to maintain navigable ac- 
cess to Municipal shops, from sanitary 
channel 100,000. 

Watching service for Plant property 15,000. 

*6230.851 $ 301,000. 



For maintenance of Water Fund Buildings 
and property at Chicago Avenue and 
Chicago River. 

Reconstruction of storage shed on south 



side 30,000. 

Pavement repairs in yard area 10,000. 

Dock repairs 2,000. 

Electrical repairs and modernization 5,000. 

Plumbing and heating repairs 5,000. 

Watching service 15,000. 

*6230.852 $ 67,000. 



For maintenance and operation of City- 
owned tug used in construction, repair 
and maintenance of the Water Works 
system. 

The Water Fund is to be reimbursed 
from all other City Funds receiving 
benefits therefrom. 
•6230.855 110,000. 

•6230.700 For Contingencies 10,000. 



*Total for Construction Division — General. 



$538,000. 



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200-Water Fund 

Department of Public Work.s— -Continued 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING— Continued 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

CONSTRUCTION AND BETTERMENTS 

The appropriations hereunder include all 
contract liabilities and unpaid bills, engi- 
neering, inspection and incidental expense 
and may be expended for the construction 
of the work specified either by contract 
or by City day labor. 
CHLORINATING PLANTS 

For maintenance of chlorinating equipment 



*6230.831 and for alterations as needed $ 5,000. 

SOUTH DISTRICT FILTRATION PLANT 

For construction and expense incidental 
*6230.870 thereto 1,000. 

WATER TUNNEL SYSTEM 

For betterments in water proofing of shafts 
of the Water Tunnel system diverting sew- 
ers adjacent to shafts and the alterations 
to tunnels and shafts, as may be necessary 
*6230.801 to prevent pollution of water supply.... 5,000. 

MUNICIPAL POWER PLANT 

For construction facilities as may be deter- 
*6230.848 termined 5,000. 

Total for Construction and Betterments. . . . 16,000. 

*Total for Construction Division $ 554,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



200-Water Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Code Positions No. Rate 

PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL 
ACCOUNT 

The Public Works Construction Capital Account is 
established for the purpose of furnishing services in 
connection with the construction, maintenance and 
repair of the water works system and other public 
works, the expense of which is to be reimbursed from 
appropriations of City funds, from funds of other 
governmental agencies, or by private persons. 

This account shall be maintained and used subject to 
the conditions and limitations of Section 7-24.1 to 
7-24.10 of the Municipal Code of Chicago and the 
conditions and limitations herein set forth. 

Charges shall be based upon the total cost of furnishing 
material and services, including for overhead and 
incidental expense, not to exceed the following per- 
centages: For jobs in excess of $10,000, fifteen per 
cent; provided that when work, material, or services 
are furnished on contract on purchase orders that can 
be paid directly from regularly authorized appropri- 
ations they shall be charged direct to such appropri- 
ations; and provided further, that machinery, trucks 
and other equipment used in the furnishing of serv- 
ices shall be charged for at fair rates including de- 
preciation as established by the department, subject 
to the approval of the Comptroller. 

Expenditures are authorized for the maintenance of 
necessary stock of material and supplies, and for tools, 
machinery and equipment for use in carrying on the 
activities of this account. 

Expenditures are authorized for all items, as may be 
necessary, as shall enter into or become a part of the 
cost of furnishing the services herein authorized. 

Expenditures are authorized to be made for salaries and 
wages and for personally owned automobiles as are 
authorized under the Engineering Revolving Fund. 

Expenditures are authorized to be made for salaries and 
wages of the following employes as needed: 

POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



4405 Foreman of Bricklayers 1 $ 749.50m 

4303 Foreman of Carpenters 1 797.00m 

7635 Foreman of Hoisting Engineers 1 797.50m 

6575 General Shop Foreman 1 876.00m 

8315 Mason Inspector 1 679.00m 

4265 Watchman 36 343.50m 

4804 Foreman of Architectural Ironworkers 1 34.24d 

4805 Architectural Ironworker 2 32.24d 

6605 Blacksmith 1 33.20d 

6601 Blacksmith Helper 1 32.20d 

6611 Boilermaker 1 33.20d 

6612 Boilermaker Helper 2 32.40d 

6613 Boilermaker Welder # 1 33.20d 

4405 Foreman of Bricklayers 4 34.60d 

4401 Bricklayer 22 32.60d 

4834 Bridge and Structural Ironworker 

(Sub-Foreman) 20 36.20d 



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No. 


Rate 


125 $ 


33.20d 


12 


32.00d 


34 


30.00d 


1 


33.20d 


9 


31.20d 


1 


24.20d 


1 


33.04d 


10 


29.40d 


1 


24.20d 


165 


24.20d 


5 


27.00d 


1 


25.20d 


3 


25.20d 


1 


16.12d 


38 


27.00d 


5 


27.00d 


1 


15.00d 


5 


26.00d 


. 1 


17.62d 


1 


25.40d 


1 


24.83d 


1 


32.48d 



200-Water Fund 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL ACCOUNT— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 

Code Positions 

4834 Bridge and Structural Ironworker 125 

4301 Carpenter (Sub-Foreman) 12 

4301 Carpenter 

4437 Foreman of Cement Finishers 

4435 Cement Finisher 9 

9539 Cement Mixer 

8244 Foreman of Laborers (in charge) # 1 

8244 Foreman of Laborers # 10 

9407 Laborer (WD) 1 

9411 Construction Laborers 165 

9411 as caisson digger 5 

9411 Construction Laborers as follows: 

as underground concrete laborer 1 

9411 as car pusher 3 

9411 as heading boss 1 

9411 as jackhammerman 38 

9411 as miner 5 

9411 as muck boss 1 

9411 as mucker 5 

9411 as walking boss 

9411 as windlass laborer 1 

7396 Deck Hand 

7360 Diver 

4335 Glazier 1 31.12d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer 3 30.00d 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (power shovels and 

drag lines) 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (trenching and grading) . . 

7633 Hoisting Engineer (tunnel work) 

7631 Hoisting Engineer Apprentice 

9407 Laborer (as jackhammerman) WD 

7351 Launch Operator 

6536 Foreman of Machinery Movers 

6534 Machinery Mover (Sub-Foreman) 

6534 Machinery Mover 

6676 Foreman of Machinists 

6674 Machinist (Sub-Foreman) 

6674 Machinist 

73'53 Marine Engineer 

7357 Marine Pilot 

4580 Metal Lather 

7183 Motor Truck Driver 

4634 Painter (Sub-Foreman) 

4634 Painter 

4575 Pile Driver Mechanic (Sub-Foreman) 

4575 Pile Driver Mechanic 

4455 Plasterer 

9575 Scowman 

4403 Sewer Bricklayer (Tunnel Work) 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker (Sub-Foreman) 

4855 Sheet Metal Worker 

4656 Sign Painter 



2 


32.80d 


18 


32.80d 


1 


30.00d 


5 


24.00d 


1 


27.00d 


1 


31.52d 


1 


36.40d 


3 


34.40d 


12 


31.60d 


1 


797.50m 


12 


34.80d 


66 


32.00d 


1 


31.52d 


1 


33.02d 


1 


30.04d 


17 


23.20d 


14 


32.40d 


54 


28.80d 


1 


32.00d 


6 


30.00d 


1 


31.60d 


2 


25.45d 


1 


34.60d 


3 


32.60d 


10 


31.60d 


1 


30.60d 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1693 



200-Water Fund 

290 — Water Certificates 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION CAPITAL ACCOUNT— Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES— Continued 



Code 


Positions 


No. 


Rate 


4501 




.. 1 $ 


32.96d 


4776 




12 


34.40d 


4774 




50 


31.60d 


4502 


Tar and Gravel Roofer (Sub-Foreman) . . . 


1 


33.16d 


4502 




2 


32.16d 


4465 




1 


33.00d 


7395 




2 


24.83d 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 

6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 V2 months 
by: 

Foreman of Bricklayers 1 

Foreman of Hoisting Engineers 1 

Machinist (Sub-Foreman) 1 

*Total from the Water Fund $45,414,984. 



NO. 17 WATER WORKS SYSTEM CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FUND— 290 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

The appropriations hereunder include en- 
gineering, inspection and other ex- 
penditures incidental to projects ap- 
propriated for. 



DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWERS 
WATER DISTRIBUTION DIVISION 



.551 


For Acquisition of Sites and Construction 


$ 250,000. 






.552 




4,693,000. 


.553 




2,000,000. 


.555 


Meter and Meter Connection Installation . . . 


625,000. 


.557 




37,000. 


.558 




335,000. 


.559 


Miscellaneous Installation of Hydrants, 








640,000. 


.561 


Ordinary and Special Construction of 








1,000,000. 


*8270.500 




9,580,000. 






$ 9,580,000. 



1694 JOURNAL— CITY COUNCII^CHICAGO December 8, 1959 

290-Water Certificates 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

All expenditures and encumbrances hereunder to be processed through the accounting office of the De- 
partment of Waters and Sewers. 



General and Water Works Design 



Code 



Amounts 
Appropriated 



.005 Salaries and Wages — On Payroll (For em- 
ployes authorized under the Engineering 

Revolving Fund) $ 328,000. 

*6225.000 For Personal Services 328,000. 



.125 Office and Building Services 2,700. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 100. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 175. 

.166 Subscriptions and Dues 25. 

*6225.100 For Contractual Services 3^000. 

.240 Direct Payment to Private Agencies pro- 
viding Transportation or Related Services 250. 

.245 Reimbursement to Travelers 150. 

.270 Local Transportation 100. 

*6225.200 For Travel 500 



.340 Material and Supplies 1,500. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 1,500. 

^6225.300 For Commodities 3;000. 



.424 Furniture ... 1 000. 

'6225.400 For Equipment ~ T^OOO'. 



*Total for General and Water Works Design$ 335,500. 



December 8, 1&59 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



2&0-Water Certificates 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 

Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

WATER WORKS SYSTEM CERTIFICATES OF 
INDEBTEDNESS FUND— 290 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 
GENERAL 

CHICAGO AVENUE PUMPING STATION 

Repairs to brick and stone walls of 
machine shop and various turrets $ 35,000. 

Reconstruction of tops of shafts and pro- 
vision for spillways 200,000. 

Purchase of two dewatering pumps 30,000. 

*6230.551 265,000. 

SIXTY-EIGHTH STREET PUMPING STATION 

Completion of installation of new Pump 

No. 2 100,000. 

Completion of the installation of glass 

block in windows above ground floor. . . . 5,000. 

Installation of glass blocks in ground floor 

windows 20,000. 

Painting of interior of pump room upon 

completion of Item No. 1 20,000. 

Replacement of defective sidewalk 4,000. 

Re-roof pump room 15,000. 

Tuck point and repair brick walls and 

copings 5,000. 

Installation of blowers to replace radi- 
ators in heating system 20,000. 

Repair leaks around Shaft No. 3 10,000- 

*6230.552 199,000. 

CENTRAL PARK AVENUE PUMPING STATION 

Complete installation of glass block win- 
dows in pump room 60,000. 

Installation of emergency lighting system 

throughout station 10,000. 

Installation of exhaust ventilating system 

in pump room 100,000. 

*6230.553 170,000~. 

SPRINGFIELD AVENUE PUMPING STATION 

Installation of Pump No. 3 150,000. 

Installation of ventilating system in pump 

room 100,000. 

Installation of dewatering pump in pump 

room 25,000. . , 

Repairs to pipe tunnel 10,000. 

*6230.554 285,000. 



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290-Water Certificates 

Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING— Continued 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued 

Amounts 
Appropriated 



WESTERN AVENUE PUMPING STATION 

Install Pump No. 3 $ 250,000. 

Purchase and install ventilating system 
for pump room and auxiliary room 

basement 100,000. 

Replace plumbing fixtures throughout 

station 20,000. 

Build new locker rooms below station 

vestibule 5,000. 

Replace windows in west wall of boiler 

room with glass block 2,500. 

Piping renewals 25,000. 

Rewiring station lighting circuits and in- 
stalling new switchboard and rectifiers. . . 100,000. 

Renew steel top and sides of ash hopper. . . . 15,000. 

Purchase of new coal handling crane 100,000. 

'6230.555 617,500. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON PUMPING STATION 

Purchase and installation of dewatering 

pump 25,000. 

Repairs to brick walls 25,000. 

Reconstruction of tops of two shafts 100,000. 

*6230.556 150,000. 

ROSELAND PUMPING STATION 

Construct new chimney 375,000. 

Install new discharge cross connection No. 

2 to No. 1 Pumps 100,000. 

Provide a new floor in pipe vault and seal 

wall against ground leakage 50,000. 

Repairs to pavement of coal storage yard. . 5,000. 

Unit heater system for pipe vault 5,000. 

Tile floor in pump room 50,000. 

*6230.557 585,000. 

MAYFAIR PUMPING STATION 

Erect Pumps No. 3 and No. 4 200,000. 

Install cross connecting high and low 

pressure discharge piping in pump room. . 250,000. 

Suction and piping changes for Pumps 

No. 3 and No. 4 150,000. 

Miscellaneous structural changes in pump 

room 50,000. 

Drainage system in pump room 50,000. 

Purchase and install tile floor for observa- 
tion platform and around pumps No. 3 

and No. 4 60,000. 

New lighting system and centrally located 

automatic control board 50,000. 

Purchase, install and renew existing mis- 
cellaneous piping where needed 40,000. 



December 8, 1959 
290-Water Certificates 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1697 



Department of Public Works — Continued 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING— Continued 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

MAYFAIR PUMPING STATION— Continued 

Purchase and install pump in intake of 
pump room emergency water to de- 
aerating heater in boiler room $ 20,000. 

Tuckpoint exterior of pump room 35,000. 

Structural changes in boiler room 100,000. 

Necessary replacement and additions of 

piping for boiler room and wash rooms. . . 100,000. 

Install new roof and ventilating system 

for boiler room 60,000. 

Redecorate boiler room 40,000. 

Relocate stoker and boiler switchboard 

and controls to center location 80,000. 

Reconstruction of lighting and power sys- 
tem in boiler room 70,000. 

New tile floors for boiler room 50,000. 

Purchase and install de-superheater sta- 
tion, condensate tank for coal receiving 

room 30,000. 

Concrete slab for roof over store rooms. . . . 15,000. 

Replacement of windows and doors 50,000. 

Reconstruction of coal trestle piers 50,000. 

*6230.558 1,550,000. 



CHLORINATING PLANTS 

For provision of increased chlorinating 
capacities at Mayfair, Lakeview, Cer- 
mak. Central Park Avenue and other 
*6230.559 stations as necessary 20,000. 

CERMAK PUMPING STATION 

For necessary alterations in connection 
with new expressway and building of 
*6230.581 new store room 60,000. 

TWENTY-SECOND STREET PUMPING STATION 

For demolition of station and sealing sup- 
*6230.582 ply tunnel 100,000. 



LAKEVIEW PUMPING STATION 

*6230.583 Fc^r proposed pumping station. . . 



1,275,000. 



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December 8, 1959 



290-Water Certificates 

Department of Public Wor\s.s— Continued 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING— Continued 
CONSTRUCTION DIVISION— Continued 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

SOUTHWEST DISTRICT PUMPING STATION 

*6230.540 For proposed pumping station $ 3,000,000. 

TUNNELS AND SHAFTS 

For construction as needed for labor and 
*6230.565 material for Columbus Avenue Tunnel. . . 1,000,000. 

For construction as needed for labor and 
*6230.566 material for 79th Street Tunnel 1,000,000. 

For construction as needed for labor and 
material for Chicago Avenue and Wil- 
*6230.567 son Avenue Tunnel 1,000,000. 



*Total for Construction Division — General. $11,276,500. 



(FILTRATION) 
SOUTH DISTRICT FILTRATION PLANT 

Water Filtration and Water Works Im- 
provement Project. 

For the construction in whole or in part 
of Filtration Plants, breakwaters, re- 
taining walls, intakes and intake tun- 
nels, reservoirs, delivery tunnel, aux- 
iliary pumping equipment and all other 
plants, structures and appurtenances in 
conformance with the specifications of 
such filtration plants and for the fur- 
ther development of the Water Works 
System, for appurtenances thereto, and 
for the improvement of grounds, in 
connection therewith. 

For settling basin filters and low lift 
pumps. 

*6230.570 $ 4,000,000. 

CENTRAL DISTRICT FILTRATION PLANT. 

For construction of mixing equipment, 
settling basin equipment, pumps and 
meters, plant piping, filtration equip- 
ment "B" Chemical Building and chem- 



*6230.576 ical equipment 21,600,000. 

*Total for Water Filtration $25,600,000. 

*TotaI for Construction Division $36,876,500. 

*Total from Water Works 
Certificates of Indebtedness $46,792,000. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1699 



300- Vehicle Tax Fund 

NO. 18 VEHICLE TAX FUND— 300 

COMMITTEE ON TRAFFIC AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

The Committee on Traffic and Public Safety has jurisdiction over all matters relating to vehicular and 
pedestrian traffic, traffic congestion and parking; all matters relating to the safe and convenient use of the 
streets and public safety; all matters relating to superhighways, grade separations and traffic facilities; all 
matters relating to the preparing and adopting of a coordinated plan for highway development in the Chi- 
cago Metropolitan Area. 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.228 Automobiles Allowance — flat rate $ 600. 

.270 Local Transportation 500. 

•1258.200 For Travel 1,100. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 500. 

*1258.300 For Commodities 500. 



For plans and surveys relating to func- 
tion, use and improvements of streets; 
for the study of channelization of streets 
and intersections; all with respect to 
the facilitation of traffic and the safety 
of the pedestrian, and the services, sup- 
plies and reports incident thereto. 
*1258.801 98,400. 



*Total for Committee on Traffic and 
Public Safety $ 100,000. 



Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles 

for not to exceed 11 y2 months by: 

Traffic Engineer 

for not to exceed 5% months by: 
Administrative Assistant 



1 

1 

2 $ 6007 



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December 8, 1959 



300-Vehicle Tax Fund 



CHICAGO STREET TRAFFIC COMMISSION 

The function of the Commission is to consider problems of traffic safety, engineering, law enforcement, 
and public safety education; transmits to the Mayor and the City Council recommendations relating thereto. ' 



Amounts 
Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 34,176. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 126. 

*4880.000 For Personal Services 34,302. 

.228 Automobile Allowance — flat rate 552. 

.270 Local Transportation 148. 

M880.200 For Travel 700". 

*4880.801 For Operating Expense of Commission. . . 1,800. 

For Safety Education Including necessary 
M880.802 printing 1,500. 

*TotaI for Chicago Street Traffic Commission $ 38,302. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 

Cod* Positions No. Rate 

9618 Chairman of Street Traffic Commission 1 $ -0- 

6253 Traffic Engineer III 1 8,232. 

0302 Administrative Assistant II 1 7,836. 

0742 Public Information Assistant II 1 7,464. 

0741 Public Information Assistant I 1 5,580. 

0805 Secretary 1 5,064. 

Schedule Salary Adjustment 126. 

~~6 $ 34,302. 

Automobile Allowance — flat rate 
6755 Compensation for use of personally owned 
automobiles for not to exceed 1 1 1/2 months 
by: 

Traffic Engineer III 1 



1 $ 552. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



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JOURNAL— CITY COUNCIL— CHICAGO 



December 8, 1959 



300 - Vehicle Tax Fund 

CITY CLERK 

The City Clerk issues vehicle licenses and identification cards. 
(See Corporate Fund for other appropriations.) 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages— on Payroll $ 249,312. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,205. 

.020 Overtime 



.055 Extra clerk hire (services and extra steno- 
graphic services when necessary during 



license rush periods) 20,000. 

•1410.000 For Personal Services 270,517. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 28,000. 

.162 Repair or Maintenance of Equipment 1,500. 

.186 Telephone 1^- 

*1410.100 For Contractual Services 29,600. 

.224 Automobile Allowance- — mileage basis 2,500 . 

•1410.200 For Travel 2,500. 

.338 License Stickers, Tags and Plates 77,000. 

.340 Material and Supplies 23,740. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 15,000. 

•1410.300 For Commodities 115,740. 

.422 Office Machines 16,000. 

.424 Furniture 3,000. 

*1410.400 For Equipment 19,000. 

•1410.700 For Contingencies 1,500. 

♦Total for City Clerk $ 438,857. 



December 8, 1959 
300- Vehicle Tax Fund 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1703 



City Clerk — Continued 
POSITIONS AND SALARIES 



Code Positions No. Rate 



ISSUANCE OF VEHICLE LICENSES— 1418 

0426 Assistant Chief Clerk 1 $ 7,464. 

1237 License Clerk in Charge 1 7,104. 

1247 Chief License Investigator 3 6,444. 

1243 License Investigator 1 5,064. 

1243 License Investigator 1 4,176. 

0666 Senior Photostat Machine Operator 1 5,064. 

0664 Photostat Machine Operator 2 4,176. 

0664 Photostat Machine Operator 1 3,432. 

0637 Senior Microfilm Machine Operator 1 4,176. 

0635 Microfilm Machine Operator 1 3,108. 

0655 Photographer 3 4,596. 

0655 Photographer 1 4,176. 

0732 Senior Information Clerk 1 5,580. 

0730 Information Clerk 1 3,432. 

0442 Vault Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0408 Record Clerk # 1 6,144. 

0423 Head Clerk # 2 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,316. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,064. 

0421 Principal Clerk 2 5,316. . 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 5,064. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk # 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 2 3,780. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 4,380. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 1 3,108. 

0827 Head Stenographer # 1 6,444. 

0823 Senior Stenographer 1 4,824. 

0821 Junior Stenographer 1 3,600. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 1.205 . 

52 $ 250,517. 



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300- Vehicle Tax Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

CITY COLLECTOR 

The City Collector processes license applications, computes and collects license fees. 
(See Corporate Fund for other appropriations.) 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 131,256. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 625. 

.020 Overtime 5,000 . 

*1540.000 For Personal Services 136,881. 

.130 Postage and Postal Charges 7,000 . 

»1540.100 For Contractual Services 7,000. 

.350 Stationery and Office Supplies 7,500. 

»1540.300 For Commodities 7,500. 

.422 Office Machines 5,000. 

.424 Furniture 2,000. 

*1540.400 For Equipment 7,000. 

*Total for City Collector $ 158,381. 



POSITIONS AND SALARIES 
PROCESSING COLLECTION TRANSACTIONS— 1545 

Coda Positions No. Rate 



0301 Administrative Assistant I 1$ 6,444. 

0423 Head Clerk # 2 5,856. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 1 5,580. 

0421 Principal Clerk # 2 5,316. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 4,824. 

0403 Senior Clerk 1 3,972. 

0401 Junior Clerk 3 3,108. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 2 4,176. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0401 Junior Clerk # 3 3,780. 

0401 Junior Clerk 2 3,600. 

0401 Junior Clerk 1 3,432. 

0235 TeUer 4 5,316. 

0235 Teller 3 5,064. 

0235 Teller 1 4,380. 

0235 Teller 1 4,176. 

Schedule Salary Adjustments 625. 

29 $ 131,881. 



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300-Vehicle Tax Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE — GENERAL 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

Adjustment in salaries of transferred, re- 
instated, promoted and reclassified em- 

*9112.035 ployes $ 11,000. 

For Adjustments to Prevailing Rates of 
Per Diem Employes to conform with 
prevailing rates, when approved by the 

.040 City Council 1,000. 

*9112.000 For Personal Services 12,000. 

.155 Rental of Property 1,500. 

*9112.100 For Contractual Services 1,500. 



Furniture, Communication and Office 
Equipment: 

To be expended under the direction of 
the Budget Director on departmental 
requisitions and to be accounted for by 
departments, bureaus, and divisions as 



.420 expended 5,000. 

*9112.400 For Equipment 5,000. 

Claims under Workmen's Compensation 
*9112.936 Act 55,000. 

For payment of claims and refunds of 
vehicle license fees when ordered by 
*9112.990 the City Council 8,000. 

To reimburse the Corporate Purposes 
Fund for salaries and wages of police- 
*9112.997 men engaged in regulating traffic 7,650,000. 



To reimburse the Corporate Purposes 
Fund for expense incurred by the City 
Collector's office for services of clerks 
and investigators and printing and other 
expense in connection with analyzing 
and checking the issuance of vehicle tax 
licenses and preparing information for 
the Department of Police and action of 
*9 11 2.998 the Department of Police thereon 50,000. 

To reimburse the Corporate Fund for 
services furnished by the Department of 
*9112.999 Purchases 30,000. 



*Total for Department of Finance-General . . $ 7,811,500. 



December 8, 1959 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS 



1707 



300-Vehicle Tax Fund 

DEPARTMENT OF STREETS AND SANITATION 

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 



Amounts 

Code Appropriated 

.005 Salaries and Wages — on Payroll $ 258,266. 

.015 Schedule Salary Adjustments 1,582. 

»5111.000 For Personal Services 259,848. 

.160 Repair or Maintenance of Prope